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SOU'WESTER 



1959 



Southwestern University 
Georgetown, Texas 
Pattie Clare, Editor 




DEDICATION 



Dr. Hares devotes much of his time to gardening, his hobby. 



For his interest in the ideals and the aims of South- 
western University, the Sou'Wester staff proudly 
dedicates the 1959 yearbook to Dr. James Hares. 

Dr. Hares, a member of the Religion and Philosophy 
department since 1951, represents well the integrity 
of his profession. To the students, he presents stim- 
ulating, intellectual challenges. 

It is with sincere admiration that the staff, speaking 
for the entire administration and the student body, 
wishes Dr. Hares success in his new position at High- 
land Park Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas. 




Besides teaching, Dr. Hares also offers personal guidance 
and help to his students. 




DR. JAMES HARES 






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FOREWORD 

A friendly smile that makes the day brighter, a blinking porch 
light that can mean only one thing, a professor's helping hand 
that opens the door to the future, the inevitable bell that some- 
times seems to begin and end things, a satisfied feeling of accom- 
plishment at the end of an active year— these and many more 
experiences make our days at Southwestern more meaningful. 

Although they are vivid today, we, the annual staff, hope that 
the 1959 Sou'Wester will make tomorrow's memories only 









pictures of today. 



PATTIE CLARE 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Dedication 2 

Campus 6 

Life at SU 26 

Organizations 56 

Personalities 114 

Sports 144 

Administration __162 

Classes 184 

Index 219 



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Linking the past with the present and 
the future, the Administration Building 
symbolizes the high academic achieve- 
ment and the rich tradition of South- 
western University. 








ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 



The first building to be erected on the Southwestern University campus the 
Administration Building was completed in 1900. It contains the administrative 
offices and classrooms. 




KYLE E. WHITE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES CENTER 




Completed in 1956, the Kyle 
E. White Religious Activity 
Center provides modern and 
specialized facilities for stu- 
dents preparing for Christian 
education and service. The 
reading room contains a num- 
ber of periodicals and books. 



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The Home Economics Building has pro- 
vided the department of home economics 
with classrooms and laboratories since 
1945. 




HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING 



Erected In 1953, the McCook-Crain Clinic 
provides a completely modern health 
service. 



McCOOK-CRAIN CLINIC 





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ALMA THOMAS FINE ARTS CENTER 









BISHOPS MEMORIAL UNION 








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ART GALLERY 
FROM OPEN 
COURTYARD 



The Alma Thomas Fine Arts Building con- 
tains a theatre, offices, studios, and 
practice rooms. Its art gallery with its 
modern art exhibits show the functional 
design of the building. 



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CONTEMPORARY 
ART GALLERY 









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The Bishops Memorial Ur»ion, honors the 
six Bishops from b"-n the --lumni and 
the staff. Completed ■ 1958, the build- 
ing provides modern r°craTional facilities, 
a lounge, snackbar, snci bookstore. 






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BOWLING ALLEY 



STUDENT LOUNGE 




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LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL 









The Fondren Science Hall con- 
tains modern laboratories and 
equipment. It was completed 
in 1954. 



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FONDREN SCIENCE HALL 
BIOLOGY LABORATORY 



CODY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 
READING ROOM 



Containing 75,000 volumes, the 
Cody Memorial Library was 
dedicated in November, 1931, 
in honor of Dean Claude Cody. 





LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL 




A fulfillment of a dream for many, Lois 
Perkins Chapel, manifests the ideals and 
spirit of Southwestern. The towering 
structure and the magnificent stained 
glass windows of the impressive sanctu- 
ary provide a quiet retreat. 




CHAPEL ALTAR 



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FONDREN SCIENCE BUILDING 




CODY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 







Erected in 1955 in honor of Martin Ruter, 
pioneer missionary and educator, Ruter 
Dormitory houses men students. 



MARTIN RUTER DORMITORY 



MOOD HALL 



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The women's dormitory named in honor 
of the late Laura Kuykendall, Dean of 
Women, was erected in 1926. Connected 
to Laura Kuykendall Hall is the Univer- 
sity Commons. 



LAURA KUYKENDALL HALL 



Erected in 1908 as a memorial to Dr. 
F. A. Mood, Mood Hall for men houses 
120 students. 




UNIVERSITY COMMONS 



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The athletic program, including physical 
and education and athletic activities, is 
carried on in West Gymnasium. The 
Brown Swimming Pool provides facilities 
for water recreation and physical training. 




BROWN SWIMMING POOL 




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KURIH TENNIS COURTS 





SNYDER ATHLETIC FIELD 



SNYDER FIELD HOUSE 




LIFE AT S. U. 



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So sorry . . . Basketweaving 101 is filled 




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THAT FIRST 



Don't sign up for Score's class — he 
isn't teaching it this semester. 



Don't laugh, Kenny - the old man on 
the wall wore one once too. 







a lot went on 



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From here 



To here. 



HECTIC WEEK 




Just exactly what group is this? 



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At first the President greeted us, 



we played grown-up . . . then 




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Some went to class. 




A few studied. 




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And then there are always some like this. 



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Fun and games for pledges. 



Brawn, brain (?), and beanies. 




Hokey pokey down to courthouse. 



Well groomed and sedate freshmen. 



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Even Zorro recommends it. 









Don't tell me you're working! 





What a stud band. 



CARNIVAL 




Food — the most important thing. 



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Be brave! Go on in. 





The A D Pi's are having "Happy Hunting" this year. 



You're all wet. 



TIME 



Dracula and Son. 





How chic can you get! 



There surely isn't anything like a dame! 



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Stomp, stomp 
clap, clap 
Tri Delt. 



How graceful! How gracious and lovely! 
Our Southwestern ladies. 




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Really, she wasn't born bowlegged. 




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You don't understand — catch the ball, not her head. 



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Everybody knows you're supposed to close 
your mouth when you jump. 



What this school needs is a good scholastic program. 



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Mildred is all smiles — she got real flowers. 



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BEAUTY REVIEW 




Excitement prevails before the big announcement. 










Last minute preparations for the 
Southwestern beauties. 



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Nancy exhibits the grace of 
a Southwestern lady. 



Sharon looks like the belle 
of the ball. 




No wonder the judge is perplexed — they're al 
lovely. 




Congratulations are extended to the 
All School Beauty of 1958-59. 



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Please charge that, Margaret . 



Let's go out to Walburg and have a milk. 




We don't understand. 

This isn't the Geology class. 



AROUND TOWUNI 



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Keep your hands off the merchandise. 



Don't sneeze, Jack. They aren't that bad. 



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Don't tell me you're signing out. 



ND CAMPUS 







This is the RAC, Nancy, 
not the gym. 





Our He-Men! 




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Coffee time in the Tavern with Don. 



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You think this is a mess! Wait until registration. 




WEEK-END AT COLLEGE 



Frat time on DZ wing as 
preparations are made. 





All the girls decided to come when 
they heard Dennis. 




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Rod, why didn't you tell us you had a sister? 



Why is it that the boys' eyes are 
always on the new girls? 





The traditional Carol Service adds the finishing touch to the 
Christmas season. 



The members of Blue Key serve as ushers in the Christmas 
Carol Service. 



CHRISTMAS SINGING 




Sam Birkner leads the Sing Song at Mood Hall. 




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These are carolers? 



They even let Lovey sing. 



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All aboard the Phi houseboat for Raintree County. 



It's apparent that your husband doesn't believe 
you, Mrs. Switzer. 



WE PARTIED 



Watch the mistletoe, Kay! 







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Buck, it's really very simple. 



Don't frown. We'll put our shoes on. 



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The Kappa Sigmas hold their annual fete. 





What brought this one? 



AND PARTIED 



Jerry, your cigarette holder makes you 
look nothing but sophisticated. 




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The boys really went hill-billy that night. 




The Pi.KA barn party was very formal this year. 



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AND PARTIED 



Look at the good example. Lee's not even a pledge and 
she's working. 




Ben played Santa this year. He's so jolly. 





Ronnie is playing host at the Sig house. 



What's so funny? 



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SOME MORE 




This time the faculty and guests party. 




The Tri Delts are ready for the food. 





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It's all propaganda, Jane. 



The Zetas are all smiles. 



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IN THE 



Surrender or else! 





Who eats in the dining hall— Cook it yourself. 



An SU student utilizing his study time. 




Why don't y'all get seriousl 



BUT NOT 






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smwm. 

They don't read them-it's just to fool the public. 



Typical Southwestern males. 



ASLEEP 




The girls don't live in rooms this year at LK. 



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What is it? 



Don't hit her, Jerry. 



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The Magpie in an image of a frightened bird. 



HIGHLIGHTS 




Rosemary doesn't need a parakeet. She can talk enough 
by herself. 




'Out to Lunch" 





"The Mousetrap" proved to be a real thriller. 



What a motley-looking crew! 



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THE FINER 



Dr. Hester, Why so glum? 




Dr. W. C. Finch assists in Chapel with lecturer. 





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They may let Wayne Bradford join their group 
next year. 



Dean Richards enjoys himself at these functions. 



THINGS OF 
LIFE 




The annual lectures provide ample opportunity for 
discussion. 




Dr. James Hares is interested in the Sutton-Hoo 
discovery. He's comtemplating swiping the valuables. 





What a pretty skirt that material would make! 



Forget it, Mr. Valone. They don't understand it eithe 



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Is this the way you stay in condition? 



Are these the supervisors? 





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Moving books downstairs ((p. 
is really hard work. 




WE WORK 



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The editor had to get her picture in somewhere. 



Take it like a man, Dick. 



Practice makes 
perfect. 



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Miss Southwestern nominees. 




AND RECEIVE 
HONORS 




This is the smile of the Basketball Sweetheart. 



It takes two people to hold up this honor for 
the Senate. 





This is "the brains" reward. 




Kay Dean, Best Dressed Girl of the Campus. 




The big honor— Sherry's 
engagement to Henry. 



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Presiding over the 612 students at Southwestern University are President Joe Wilson; Second Vice-President Fred Sanders; Secretary Mary 
Beth McKinney; First Vice-President Kenny Behrens; and Treasurer Morris Ray Loden. 



STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 




SEATED: Judy Allen, Mary Helen Etter, Paul Primm, Fred Sanders, Kenny Bebrens, Mary Beth McKinney, Joe Wilson, Morris Loden, 
Dr. John Rodgers, Pat Johnson, Brian Selander, Jo Ann Irving, Mary Robinette. STANDING: John Roark, Dick Jenkins, Jim Holland. 



STUDENT SENATE 



FRESHMAN SENATORS 

Judy Allen 
John Roark 
Dick Jenkins 

SOPHOMORE SENATORS 

Mary Robinette 
Joe Bauscher 
Pattie Clare 



JUNIOR SENATORS 

Pat Johnson 
Morris Ray Loden 
Paul Primm 

SENIOR SENATORS 

Jo Ann Irving 
Margie Scott 
Jim Holland 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 
REPRESENTATIVE 

Mary Helen Etter 



INDEPENDENT REPRESENTATIVE 

Brian Selander 



The student governing body of Southwestern University is the Student Senate. The responsi- 
bilities and obligations of student government are to further the purpose of the institution, 
which is to further the responsible growth of the students, providing society with mature, 
objective thinking adults who follow the principles of Christian living. 



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STANDING: John Stone, Bill Moore, Jo Ann Irving, Marcy Dubose, Cris Campbell, Mary Alice Neely, 
Joe Darsey. SEATED: Kenny Behrens, Connie Clendenin, Margie Scott, Mary Jean Fincher. 



HONOR COUNCIL 



In keeping with the Christian concept of 
Southwestern, the purpose of the Honor Sys- 
tem is to help uphold high principles of in- 
dividual character and integrity. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Kenny Behrens 

SECRETARY Cris Campbell 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT . . » , - „ , Steve Jackson 

VICE-PRESIDENT- Nancy Armistead 

SECRETARY. „ Rita Browning 

TREASURER , Mary Jean Fincher 



The Student Christian Association is designed to co- 
ordinate the religious activities on the campus. Con- 
sisting of the entire student body, the association is 
headed by the members of the SCA Council, who 
are elected by the student body. Activities of the 
Student Christian Association include the sponsoring 
of Morning Watch, "Tonight" programs, and an 
SCA fund drive. 




Mr. James Billo, one of the featured guests of the SCA 
"Tonight" programs, spoke on juvenile delinquency. 




FIRST ROW: Joan Atchison, Wanda Okawa, Rita Browning, Julie Johnson, Sue Lightsey, Mary Louise Meyers. SECOND 
ROW: Jim Holland, Nancy Armistead, Ross Poteet, Neil Abe,fes, Bob Mittanck, Margie Schaezler. THIRD ROW: Norman 
Roe, Steve Jackson, Eddie Vetter, Mark Lett. 



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WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT .... Anne Johnston 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Mary Helen Etter 

SECRETARY 

Virginia Reifschneider 

TREASURER 

Patricia Teinert 

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN ■ 

Bette Loventhal 




Mary Helen Etter, Patricia Teinert, Margie Scott, Anne Johnston, Virginia Reifschneider, Diane Bobbin, Bette 

Loventhal, Connie Clendenin. 



MEN'S PANHELLENIC 




OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT , „ . . David Shepherd 

VICE-PRESIDENT - 

Joe Darsey 

SECRETARY 

%V\\ Jon Brecht 

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TREASURER 

Charlie Gauntt 



Joe Darsey, Ed Cordray, David Shepherd, David Baker, Bill Thornton, Jon Brecht. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT David Shepherd 

VICE-PRESIDENT Joe Darsey 

SECRETARY Virginia Reifschneider 

TREASURER Patricia Teinert 



Coordinating the functions and activities of all Greek organizations on the campus are 
the three governing bodies, Interfraternity Council, Men's Panhellenic, and Women's 
Panhellenic. The interclub councils have made progress in furthering social and scholastic 
activities among the organizations. 




SEATED: Patricia Teinert, Virginia Reifschneider, Morris Loden, Diane Bobbin, Lerlene AAcColl 

Mary Alice Neely, Mary Helen Etter, Bill Thornton, Joe Darsey. STANDING: David Shepherd, David" Baker^Chari 

Faubion. 



urn, Beverly Stiegler, Mary Lou Mason, Ann Melugin, 
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STANDING: Bill Moore, Ernest Williams, Jim Holland. SEATED: Wayne Bradford, Anna Jane Jones, Suzanne Runyan, Ann Melugin, 

Ruth Schmidt. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT.. .- Wayne Bradford 

VICE-PRESIDENT ..Bill Moore 

SECRETARY Ann Melugin 

TREASURER Anna Jane Jones 



ALPHA CHI 



Membership in Alpha Chi is considered the highest scholastic honor that can be conferred 
upon a Southwestern student. The Texas Alpha chapter originated in 1915. Members are 
selected from among the top or ranking tenth of the junior and senior classes. Its aims 
are stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship and character. 



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SIGMA PHI ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT David Shepherd 

VICE-PRESIDENT. Bill Moore 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Ruth Schmidt 



Membership into Sigma Phi Alpha, a fine arts honor society, is limited to students doing 
creative work in the fields of music, literature, and art, who maintain an 85 average. 




STANDING: Suzanne Runyan, Wayne Bradford, Bill Moore. SEATED: Dean Henry Meyer, Ruth Schmidt, Jane Harris, David Shepherd. 



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CARDINAL KEY 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jane Harris 

VICE-PRESIDENT Margie Scott 

SECRETARY Mary Lynn Wisdom 

TREASURER Ann Melugin 



Cardinal Key is an honorary service organization for university women who have served 
as officers in their respective organizations and have contributed their services to the 
campus community in general. The members are frequently called upon to aid the ad- 
ministration in various ways. 




SEATED: Marsha Wilkins, Ruth Schmidt, Lou Dennard, Jo Ann Irving, Virginia Reifschneider, Mary Beth McKinney. STANDING: Ann 
Melugin, Mary Lynn Wisdom, Margie Scott, Mary Lou Mason, Jane Harris, Sally McMillan, Nan Kennedy. 



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Ernest Williams, Charlie Selman, Charlie Gauntt, David Shepherd, Joe Wilson, Seng Kah Ooi, Pat Johnson, Fred Sanders, Chuck Merrill, 
Paul Primm, Steve Jackson, Joe Darsey, Morris Faubion, Brian Selander, Jim Holland, Wayne Bradford, Bill Moore, Dick Hughes. 



Established at Southwestern in 1948, Blue Key is a national leadership fraternity for 
young men in colleges and universities. To foster leadership and to encourage student 
activities are its purposes. To be selected for membership, one must be of junior or senior 
standing and have maintained certain scholastic standards. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Charlie Selman 

VICE-PRESIDENT Bill Moore 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Ernest Williams 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Kenny Behrens 

ALUMNI SECRETARY Joe Wilson 



BLUE KEY 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jesse Scoggins 

VICE-PRESIDENT Steve Jackson 

SECRETARY Brian Selander 

TREASURER Danny Baker 



SEATED: Wayne Bradford, Mark Lett, Jesse Scoggins, Paul Whiteley, Danny Baker. STANDING: Brian 
Selander, Steve Jackson. 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jerry Elrod 

SECRETARY Neal Cannon 




Odell Cates, Joe Bauscher, John Stone, Jerry Elrod, Henry Radde, Phil Darby. 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Mary Lou Mason 

VICE-PRESIDENT Beverly Stiegler 

SECRETARY Joyce Sauer 

TREASURER Lerlene McCollum 

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Mary Alice Neely 



WOMEN'S ADVISORY 



The governing bodies of each of the three dormitories are the house councils. Serving as 
a medium between the dormitory directors, the councils meet each week and discuss 
various problems. 




SEATED: De Ette Green, George Ann Denney, Joyce Sauer, Lerlene MtCollum, Kay Henry, Beverly Stiegler, Mary Lou Mason, Evelyn Spencer. 
STANDING: Mary Alice Neely, Beth Atkinson. 



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PI GAMMA MU 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Fran Wiginton 

VICE-PRESIDENT Jim Holland 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Ernest Williams 

SENTINEL Fred Sanders 



Pi Gamma Mu, a national social science honor society, was founded in 1924 at Southwestern 
and is one of the charter chapters'. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to study social science. 
It seeks a synthesis of all branches of social science into a philosophy of human society 
and human welfare. By such aims and ideals, Pi Gamma Mu seeks to make its contribu- 
tion to the enlightenment of the world. 






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SEATED: Dr. F. E. Gaupp, Fran Wiginton, Dr. L. H. Merzbach, Miss Pearl Neas, Mr. M. L. Williams, Mary Lou Mason, Jim 
Holland, Ernest Williams. STANDING: Margie Scott, Mary Sue Addison, Carol Blackstone, Sandra Hattaway, Pat Johnson, 
Patricia Peacock, Lou Dennard. 



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Don Shuller, Ann Baugh, Lawrence Wisdom, Prella Mays, Jay Chapman, Ann Melugin, Diane Bobbitt, Ray Sansom, Martha Leverett, David 
Baker, Dick Hughes, Seng Kah Ooi, Margie Scott. 

OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Dick Hughes 

VICE-PRESIDENTS: 

CnCKITC C f\ f* I C T V CHEMISTRY Ann Melugin 

5> V- I b IN %* t 5ULItl I BIOLOGY Seng Kah Ooi 

PHYSICS Jay Chapman 

MATHEMATICS Ray Sansom 

TRIGONOMETRY Martha Leverett 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Prella Mays 

The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students who have 
achieved certain scholarship standards. Founded in 1918 by Dr. J. C. Godbey, the society 
is active locally and is affiliated with the Texas Academy of Science and with the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 



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FIRST SOPRANO 

Mar j one Dalchau 
Edith Davis 
Francena Fuller 
Sandra Munson 
Eve Porter 
Mary Robinette 



SECOND SOPRANO 

Louise Blackburn 
Carole Graff 
Lee Henderson 
Bettie Johnson 
Mary Alice Neely 
Virginia Simms 



FIRST ALTO 

Joyce Glasscock 
Linda Hutsell 
Ruth Schmidt 
Janice Smith 
Carolyn Tenery 
Jonelle Wheatley 



SECOND ALTO 

Carolyn Connor 
Lou Dennard 
Mary Lynch 
Jan Raasch 
Nancy Seerden 
Trecia Stevens 



FIRST TENOR 

Neil Abeles 
John Birkner 
James Elbert 
Jack Grace 
Jerry Williams 



SECOND TENOR 

Sam Birkner 
Steve Jackson 
Dick Jenkins 
Jerry Lackey 
Norman Roe 
David Shepherd 



BARITONE 

Danny Baker 
Bryan Brown 
Charlie Davis 
Joe Peno 
John Schmidt 
David Scarcella 
Robert Sebesta 



BASS 

Robert Allgood 
Robert Brague 
Jim Holland 
Pat Johnson 
Chuck Merrill 
Fred Sanders 



DIRECTOR 

Dean John Richards 



A CAPELLA CHOIR 



DELTA OMICRON 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Mary Alice Neely 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Camille Kennedy 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Beth Atkison 

SECRETARY Marjorie Dalchau 

TREASURER Barbara Sands 



A national professional music fraternity for women, Delta Omicron 
fosters musicianship and provides an opportunity for social fellow- 
ship among members. To be initiated, girls must fulfill the 
standards and purposes and maintain an average of 85 in school 
and music work. 




SEATED: Lee Henderson. STANDING: Doris Ann Deats, Mary Ann 
Thames, Ann Hinson, Marguerite Johnson, Rosemary Coghlan, Sandra 
Wilson. 




SEATED: Mary Alice Neely. STANDING: Camille Kennedy, Connie Cole, Carolyn Thomason, Marjorie Dalchau, Jonelle Wheatley, 
Beth Atkison, Barbara Sands, Nancy Seerden. 



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GERMAN CLUB 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT. Del Hamilton 

VICE-PRESIDENT Henry Radde 

SECRETARY-TREASURER , . . . ." Barbara Sands 

REPORTER Buddy Renick 



The German Club was established at Southwestern in 1929 for the 
purpose of developing knowledge of German conversation, litera- 
ture, and history. The local club is associated with the Texas 
Association of Germanic Students. 



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Del Hamilton, president, is also a German lab instructor. 




Dick Goss, James L. Baker, Norman Boufford, Ike Ledger, Neil Abeles, Ray Sansom, Sam Birkner, Charley Schneider, Lloyd Huff, Charles Burle- 
son, David Baker, John Stone, Rod Quinn, Henry Radde, Joe Mock, Jay Chapman, Duncan McNitzky, Lynn Weeks, Harland Watson, Steve Sharp, 
Joan Wellborn, Evelyne Kosmyroski, Barbara Bohmfalk, Dr. M. G. Lenz, Anne Harley, Sharon England, Ann Baugh, Barbara Sing, Marty Adams, 
Susan Stark, Prella Mays. 



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Harry Grappa, Al Simpson, Tharelyn Nichols, Rona Faye Beseler, Bill Kesler, Dr. J. H. McCoy, Judith Kuykendall, AAarcia Hooker, 
Carol Henderson, Jane Jenkins, Betty Ewing, Bess Guggolz, Bobby Heitman. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Ed Gauntt 

VICE-PRESIDENT Harry Grappa 

SECRETARY Bess Guggolz 

TREASURER Diane Pope 



SPANISH CLUB 



The Spanish Club's membership is drawn from those students who 
have manifested enthusiastic interest in the Spanish language, culture, 
and ideas. Activities for the school year include the two annual trips 
made to San Antonio and to Mexico. 



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NATIONAL EDUCATION 
ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jane Harris 

VICE-PRESIDENT Kay Phelps 

SECRETARY Charlene Vetter 

TREASURER Jean Causey 



Student National Education Assocation is a professional organization for those who are 
planning to make teaching their career, or those who have some interest in the field of 
education. The purpose is to exchange ideas on common problems of teaching and create 
a desire for teaching both inside and outside the organization. 




FIRST ROW: Patricia Morrow, Charlene Vetter, Jane Harris, David Shepherd, Sally McMillan. SECOND ROW: JoAnn Winfrey, Kay 
Phelps, Fran Wiginton, Lee Ola Carr, Dr. John Rodgers. THIRD ROW: Virginia Reifschneider, Judy Schaper, Marcia Campbell, Mary 
Beth McKinhey, Janice Fleming. 



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Bill Kesler, Buck Redding, John Roark, Paul Primm, Mike Johnson, Bill Watts, Bob Rork, Mary Lou Mason, Al Mason. 



The Pre-Law Society is established to help the law students on campus to better prepare 
for the study and practice of law and to promote a fraternal spirit among those with a 
similar goal. Regular meetings are held throughout the school year with prominent 
persons connected with the law profession speaking. Dr. George Hester is the founder 
and the sponsor of this society. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Mike Johnson 

VICE-PRESIDENT Dee Rowland 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Mary Lou Mason 



PRE-LAW SOCIETY 



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MASK AND WIG 



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Mask and Wig is an organization of students interested in drama 
and is open for membership at the beginning of each semester. 
Students become active members after obtaining ten activity- 
points. The aim of this organization is to create interest in and 
to provide a practical study of drama and to present several top 
plays each semester such as: "Image of Frightened Birds," "The 
Mousetrap," "Liliom," and "Diary of Anne Frank." 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Kenny Behrens 

VICE-PRESIDENT Belle Keepers 

SECRETARY Ruby Lee Pyle 

BUSINESS MANAGER Harold Parsley 




FIRST ROW: Jerry Williams, Rosemary Wendt. SECOND ROW:,Pattie Clare, Ruby Lee Pyle, Harold Parsley, Gayle Haden, Sherry Speer, Judy Allen, 
Jan Raasch, Belle Keepers, Mary Beth Reifschneider, Kenny Behrens. THIRD ROW: Jerry Strickler, Bill Hite, Robert Richards, Jim Kennedy, 
R. J. Molt. 



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SEATED: Mr. R. C. Penick. STANDING: Bucky Whittington, Charles Burleson, Joan Schelling, Barbara Sands, Connie Cole, Jean 
Causey, Rosemary Coghlan, Ross Poteet, Wayne Bradford. 



The National Guild of Organists is one of the newest organizations on campus and was 
founded to encourage an interest in organ music and composition. Mr. R. C. Penick is 
the sponsor. 



NATIONAL GUILD 
OF ORGANISTS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT John Schmidt 

VICE-PRESIDENT Connie Cole 

SECRETARY-TREASURER .... Rosemary Coghlan 
REPORTER Jean Causey 



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PI EPSILON DELTA 



The chief aims of Pi Epsilon Delta, a national honorary dramatic fraternity, are to 
stimulate interest and raise dramatic standards and achievement through encouraging 
the best individual and group efforts in theatrical work. Membership is restricted to 
juniors and seniors who have participated in two or more drama activities produced on 
the campus. 




Kenny 



Behrens, Harold Parsley, Dr. Angus Springer, Gayle Haden, Sherry Speer, Jan Raasch, Ruby Lee Pyle. 



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SEATED: Dean Henry Meyer, Dean Ruth Ferguson, Dr. F. E. Gaupp, Miss Pearl Neas, Sally McMillan, Martha Hoffman, Kathleen 
Long. STANDING: Mike Johnson, Bette Loventhal, Carol Blackstone, Jimmy Raatz, Karen Kuhne, Judy Schaper, Connie Clendenin, 
Pattie Clare, Al Mason, Claudia Frazier, Mary Louise Meyers, Janet Tewes, Janice Smith, Mary Alice Neely, Dr. F. B. Clifford, Mrs. 
E. G. Hayes, Charlie Gauntt. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Sally McMillan 

VICE-PRESIDENT Anne Johnston 

SECRETARY Martha Hoffman 

TREASURER Charles Gauntt 



PI DELTA EPSILON 



Pi Delta Epsilon is a national honorary collegiate journalism fraternity. It is the purpose 
of the fraternity to elevate the cause of journalism, to foster the mutual welfare of stu- 
dent publications, and to reward the journalists working on the student publications for 
their efforts, services, and accomplishments by admission to its membership. Pi Delta 
Epsilon established a chapter on the Southwestern campus on May 28, 1950. 



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FIRST ROW: Bill Moore, Mary Helen Etter, Bette Loventhal, Janet Tewes, Kathleen Long. SECOND ROW: Dr. F. B. Clifford, Ed Franklin. 



MAGAZINE 



Saily McMillan, editor of the Magazine, is working to meet one of 
her deadlines. 




STAFF 

EDITOR Sally McMillan 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Kathleen Long 

CO-ART EDITORS Janet Tewes, 

Ed Franklin 

CIRCULATION MGR Dru Kattner 

HUMOR EDITOR Janice Smith 

FEATURE EDITOR Mary Alice Neely 

POETRY EDITOR Bill Moore 

PHOTOGRAPHER Carol Blackstone 

STAFF ASSISTANT Bette Loventhal 

TYPISTS Mary Jean Fincher 

Mary Helen Etter 



The Southwestern Magazine is a quarterly periodical in which 
the literary compositions of both the students and the faculty are 
published. A Girl of the Issue is a regular feature of each publi- 
cation. 



MEGAPHONE 



STAFF 

EDITOR Claudia Frazier 

SPORTS EDITOR Mike Johnson 

RELIGION EDITOR Jim Holland 

FEATURE EDITOR Susan Staples 

SOCIETY EDITOR Karen Kuhne 

ADVERTISING MANAGER Charlie Gauntt 

PHOTOGRAPHER Sherry Speer 

CIRCULATION MANAGER Jerry Elrod 

CARTOONIST Jimmy Raatz 



Published weekly, the Megaphone, which is the campus newspaper, contains student 
views, and local and national news. The editor of this publication is first approved by the 
Board of Student Publications and elected by the student body. 







SEATED: Charlie Gauntt, Jim Holland, Jimmy Raatz, Sherry Speer, Claudia Frazier, Susan Staples, Karen Kuhne. STANDING: Mike Johnson, Jerry 

Eirod. 



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SEATED: Barbara Eck, Betty Ewing, Mary Louise Meyers, Lee Howard, Al Mason, Nan Baugh, Pattie Clare, 
Judy Schaper. STANDING: Pat Swanzey, Connie Clendenin, Stanley Hauerwas. 



SOU'WESTER 




SEATED: Ann Dozier, Patsy Stanfield, Bettie Scott. STANDING: Jane Jenkins, Terry Schoenemann, 
Monette Sawyer, Julie Johnson, Judith Kuykendall, Susan Petry, Frances Peel. 



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PICTURED with the Fine Arts' School are Mary Louise Meyers, Carl Lloyd, George Cauthen, Doris Ann Deats, Marilyn Brough, 
Bucky Whittington, Joan Schelling, Virginia Jackson. 



NEGRO FINE ARTS 



The Negro Fine Arts School is taught by Southwestern 
students who volunteer their time and talent each 
Tuesday and Thursday for an hour. Lessons are given 
to interested Negro children at the First Methodist 
Church. 



Observing the progress of one of the piano students is 
Joan Schelling. 




KAPPA PHI 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Ruth Schmidt 

VICE-PRESIDENT Jo Ann Irving 

SECRETARY Ruby Lee Pyle 

TREASURER Terry Schoenemann 




FIRST ROW: Suzanne Haralson, Julie Johnson, Barbara Menking, Barbara Kobs, Barbara 
Bohmfalk, Linda Hutsell. SECOND ROW: Barbara Fischer, Doris Ann Deats, Sheila Thomas, 
Mrs. F. B. Clifford, Terry Schoenemann, Connie Su Collins, Margaret Huffstutler, Jo 
Ann Irving, Sandy Sanders. THIRD ROW: Jo Ann Rice, Jenny Lynn Parris, Caroline Conner. 



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Kappa Phi is a social and religious organiza- 
tion with the purpose of training every Chris- 
tian girl in the university world of today to 
become a leader in the church of tomorrow. 
The chapter on this campus was founded in 
1947. 



BOTTOM ROW: Ellen Risinger, Ruby Lee Pyle, Sue Lightsey, Cris Campbell. SECOND 
ROW: Barbara Eck, Jeanine Sandefur, Sandra Welch, Sharon England, Thelma Lou Smith, 
Judith Kuykendall. STANDING: Ann Hinson, Suzanne Runyan, Lenise Latch, Ann Burgess, 
Charlene Griffith, Ruth Schmidt. 



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KAPPA CH! 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Harold Sassman 

VICE-PRESIDENT Brian Selander 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Nancy Armistead 



The members of Kappa Chi include the religious ed- 
ucation majors and the life service students on the 
campus. The principle aim of this organization is 
to gain both instruction and inspiration. 




Buddy Renick led the recreation workshop for Kappa Chi members, 
who discussed the philosophy of recreation and learned new folk 
dances and games. 




22JSV A ™ "-9. ^g;e Schaezler, Sue Lightsey, Mary jean Fincher, Trecia Stevens, Barbara Bohmfalk, SECOND ROW: Nancy 

ThZ fsmith Marc aH V c ! aT' u m ^^"'u 9 ' ^ ^'"^ ^ ^"^ ^ HayeS ' ™ IRD R ° W: Anne Harle *< Sh - on England, 
HaroTd «1„ wl' n A u ?' T^ t*"*' MBrda Cam °' je "' ChaHsie Conerl *- Sara Churchil1 ' M ^ L ° ulse ^Ver S . BACK ROW 

Harod Sassman, Edd,e W,nk, Dav.d Hares, Buzz Morris, Larry Sanders, Tommy McClung, Danny Baker, Bill Osher, Ross Poteet Bucky 
Wh.tt.ngton. Byron Jarratt, Mark Lett, Jim Holland, Brian Selander, Neil Abeles, Dr. James Hares V 



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BAND 



Mr. George E. Nelson, director of the band, molds the volunteer members into a well- 
performing group. The orchestra with Mr. Thomas Douglas as conductor presents con- 
certs during the year. This is also a volunteer organization. 






ORCHESTRA 



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SEATED: Seng Kah Ooi, Billy Chee Kwongling. FIRST ROW: Mina Sakaguchi, Ramiro Cruz-Aedo, Wanda Okawa. THIRD ROW: 
Suzanne Runyan, Marianne Gesse, Mohammad Ayyad, Hernan Salazar, Lydia Wang, Susan Petry, Mary Helen Hilburn, Bill Moore, 
Wonmo Dong. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Seng Kah Ooi 

VICE-PRESIDENT Suzanne Runyan 

SECRETARY Wanda Okawa 

TREASURER Bill Moore 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 



The International Club is composed of students from all over the world and is international 
not only in membership, but also in purpose. Striving to improve international relations 
and to maintain a democratic spirit, this organization is a combination of over ten 
nationalities. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Marsha Wilkins, Diane Pope, Ann Baugh. SECOND ROW: Kay Phelps, Jane Harris, Virginia Reifschnei- 
der. THIRD ROW: Margie Schaezler, Kay Stewart, Nan Baugh. FOURTH ROW: Janet Tewes, Terecia Conder, Bess 
Guggolz. TOP ROW: Sarah Shepherd, Mrs. Esther Weir, Sally McMillan. 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT ,.., Marsha Wilkins 

VICE-PRESIDENT SJ Janet Tewes 

SECRETARY Mary Lou Mason 

TREASURER Sally McMillan 



WOMEN'S RECREATION 
ASSOCIATION 






The Women's Recreation Association is an organization open to every girl on campus 
who is interested in intramural sports such as bowling, volleyball, and basketball. Its 
main purpose is to encourage participation and sportsmanship in sports. 



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LETTERMEN'S ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jim Holland 

VICE-PRESIDENT Bill Thornton 

SECRETARY Ronnie Ogden 

TREASURER Darol Lindloff 



Promoting interest in sports, the Letterman's Association is composed of all men who are 
awarded letters at the end of the sports season. The coaches select the lettermen on the 
basis of service, performance, and attitude. Those lettermen who survive initiation into 
the Association deserve to be members. The major activity of the "S" Associotion is 
the initiation of Southwestern freshmen each fall. 



BOTTOM ROW: Larry Rydell, Jim Holland, Jesse Hibbetts. SECOND ROW: Harold Parsley, Steve Jackson, James Baker. 
THIRD ROW: Neil Abeles, Jerry Fewell, Barney Stanley. FOURTH ROW: Lewis Johnson, Bill Thornton, Del Moberg. 
TOP ROW: Coach Myron Dees, Charlie Chance, Eddie Vetter, Jesse Scoggins. 





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PEMS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT .' Margie Scott 

VICE-PRESIDENT Jane Harris 

SECRETARY Mary Lou Mason 

TREASURER Virginia Reifschneider 

REPORTER Syleta Rogers 



Perns, which stands for payment, enjoyment, 
and mastery of sports, is open to any girl 
in the school who earns the required amount 
of activity points in WRA. 



One of the ways in which a girl can earn the activity points for Perns is 
by refereeing games. 




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Jane Harris, Virginia Reifschneider, Margie Scott. 



INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jim Holland 

VICE-PRESIDENT Beth Atkison 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Barbara Sands 



Neil Abeles 
Monetta Alexander 
Nancy Armistead 
Joan Atchison 



Beth Atkison 
Danny Baker 
Barbara Bohmfalk 
Norman Boufford 




Gary Clanton 

Rosemary Coghlan 

Connie Cole 

Terecia Conder 



Jack Cox 

Harry Crowe 

Marjorie Dalchau 

Barbara Fischer 




Wayne Bradford 
Bryan Brown 
Jean Causey 
George Cauthen 



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Ike 

Ledger 
Sue 

Lightsey 
Carl 

Lloyd 



Barbara Menking 

Mary Louise Meyers 

Bobby Mittanck 

Linda Murphy 

Diane Norris 

Seng Kai Ooi 



Wanda Okawa 

Bill Osher 

Paul Patrick 

Susan Petry 

LaNelle Phillips 
Ross Poteet 



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Buddy Renick 
Ellen Risinger 
Roy Robbins 
Norman Roe 



Harold Sassman 
Monette Sawyer 
John Schaub 
Carol Scheirer 




Doris Scoggins 
David Scarcella 
Nancy Sechrist 
Brian Selander 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Rita Browning 

VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Robinette 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Sara Churchill 

RECORDING SECRETARY Karen Kuhne 

TREASURER Margie Schaezler 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1851 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1907 



Rita Browning 
Mary Robinette 
Sara Churchill 
Karen Kuhne 



Margie Schaezler 
Beverly Bradberry 
Mary Jane Carrel 
Pattie Clare 




Connie Clendenin 
Jean Coburn 
Ross Covington 
Nancy Dawson 



Kay Dean 

Ann Dozier 

Betty Ewing 

Carol Henderson 



Martha Hoffman 

Lee Howard 

Virginia Jackson 

Jane Jenkins 



Anne Johnston 
Camille Kennedy 
Carolyn Leggett 
Martha Leverett 



Annie Laura Mason 
Ann Melugin 
Missy Mood 
Fannie Newton 



And here we are at Fannie's engagement party! 



Frances Peel 
Eve Porter 
Pat Raymer 
Beth Rider 




LaSchelle 

Thompson 
Joan 

Wellborn 
JoAnn 

Winfrey 



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DELTA ZETA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Prella Mays 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Bettie Scott 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Julie Johnson 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Sarah Shepherd 

RECORDING SECRETARY _ Betty Johnson 

TREASURER Ruby Lee Pyle 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1902 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1946 



Prella Mays 
Bettie Scott 
Julie Johnson 
Sarah Shepherd 



Betty Johnson 
Ruby Lee Pyle 
Martie Adams 
Louise Blackburn 




Ann Burgess 
Crispen Campb 
Marcia Campbell 
Carmen Coleman 



Connie Su Collins 

Irene Dinning 

Kathy Fleming 

Claudia Frazier 



Francena Fuller 

Joyce Glasscock 

Jane Harris 

Gayle Haden 









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Linda Hutsell 
Jo Ann Irving 
Barbara Kobs 
Carolyn Lawson 



Mary Lynch 

Ann Marsh 

Joanna May 

Mary Beth Reifschneider 




Virginia Reifschneider 
Judy Schaper 
Ruth Schmidt 
Terry Schoenemann 



Margie Scott 

Barbara Sing 

Patsy Stanfield 

Susan Stark 




What's in that glass? 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Mary Alice Neely 

VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Beth McKinney 

SECRETARY Angela Engelbrecht 

TREASURER Margaret Mount 

NATIONAL FOUNDING . 1883 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1911 



Mary Alice Neely 
Mary Beth McKinney 
Angela Engelbrecht 
Margaret Mount 




Mary Helen Etter 

Mary Jean Fincher 

Janice Fleming 

DeEtte Green 



Mary Kafhryn Hanley 

Lee Henderson 

Kaye Henry 

Judy Jones 



Nan Kennedy 
Carolyn Knippa 
Sally McMillan 
Hall Gene Moore 



Tharelyn Nichols 
Prissy Pond 
Diane Pope 
Louzelle Price 



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You can always tell a Tri Delt by the way she 
wears her socks! 



Pat Rood 
Janice Smith 
Trecia Stevens 
Mary Ann Thames 



Lou Tompkins 
Betty Ann Weir 
Jonelle Wheatley 



Annette Whittle 
Marsha Wilkins 



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PHI MU 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Barbara Eck 

VICE-PRESIDENT Bess Guggolz 

SECRETARY Sheila Thomas 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1852 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1908 



Barbara Eck 
Bess Guggolz 
Sheila Thomas 




Marilyn Biough 
Doris Deats 
Beverly George 



Janet Gibson 

Virginia Goodman 

Carole Graff 



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Lenise Latch 
Lerlene McCollum 
Lynn Reavis 




Jeanine Sandefur 
Sandy Sanders 
Nancy Seerden 



Virginia Simms 

Pat Teinert 

Carolyn Thomason 




Judy Vowell 







Watch out! She's a devil with that iron purse. 




There's only one thing dumber than a freshman- 
and that's a freshman pledge! 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Diane Bobbin 

VICE-PRESIDENT Charlene Vetter 

SECRETARY Bette Loventhal 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1898 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1906 



Diane Bobbitt 
Charlene Vetter 
Judy Allen 
Gayle Ahlgreen 




Joan Barton 
Carol Blackstone 
Lynn Dee Bryan 
Pam Chilton 



Ann Day 
Marcy DuBose 
George Ann Denney 
Sharon Harris 



Sandra Hattaway 

Sandra Hill 

Margaret Huffstuttler 

Helen Kennedy 






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Mildred Lawler 

jftAary Lou Mason 

Jan Miller 

Pat Morrow 




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Mary Mosty 
Sandra Munson 
Nancy North 
Kay Phelps 



Jan Raasch 
Joan Schelling 
Janet Sechrist 
Dorothy Stevens 




Sondra Sullivan 
Pat Swanzey 
Lana Turner 
Eleanor White 



Fran Wigington 
Linda Wilson 
Sandra Wilson 





And a good time was had by all! 



Ever been surprised before, Pat? 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT John Stone 

VICE-PRESIDENT Henry Radde 

SECRETARY Van Valentine 

TREASURER Ernest Williams 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1868 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1910 



John Stone 
Henry Radde 
Van Valentine 
Ernest Williams 



Jimmy Armsworth 
Bill Barnes 
Joe Bauscher 
Sam Birkner 




Stanley Brossette 
Bryan Brown 
Ray Burkett 
Billy Caskey 



Jay Chapman 

Fred Dodson 

Bubba Few 

Jolly Foster 



Ed Franklin 

Sidney Fuqua 

Gene Guest 

David Hares 



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Harry Harris 
Ben Head 
Lloyd Huff 
David Lemons 



Bill McClendon 
Donald McDonald 
Joe Mock 
R. J. Mott 



Bubba Watkins 
Bill Welch 
Bill Winn 
Johnny Wirth 



Charles Norman 
Harold Parsley 
Joe Peno 
Ronnie Presswood 




Bob Tindell 
David Varnado 
Mike Wade 
Ronny Walters 



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PHI DELTA THETA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Morris Ray Loden 

VICE-PRESIDENT Pat Johnson 

SECRETARY Harland Watson 

TREASURER D. L. Fugler 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1843 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1886 




John Edger 

James Elbert 

Barry Fawcett 

Jim Fisher 

Everett Frizzell 



Kenneth Green 

Guy Gross 

Charlie Guantt 

Ed Guantt 

Del Hamilton 



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Hub Harrison 
Stanley Hauerwas 
John Hickman 
Sherrill Hurley 
Dick Jenkins 




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KAPPA ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Ed Cordray 

VICE-PRESIDENT Joe Darsey 

SECRETARY Jim Thompson 

TREASURER Sam Doughty 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1865 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1883 



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Ed Cordray 
Joe Darsey 
Jim Thompson 
Sam Doughty 




Bobby Brague 
Jim Croley 
Clarence Downing 
Tom Hancock 



Jim Kennedy 

Jim Keys 

Robert Montgomery 



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Tom Swift 

Paul Whiteley 

Jerry Williams 

Dick Williamson 



Chris Penick 
Robert Portwood 
David Quick 
Don Quick 




Jim Reid 
Robert Richards 
Robert Sebesta 
Sam Shepperd 




Southwestern's answer to the Kingston Trio. 




Is this the Tom Dooley you were singing about? 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



OFFICERS 

GRAND MASTER Joh Brecht 

GRAND PROCURATOR Mike Johnson 

GRAND MASTER OF CEREMONIES Ken Behrens 

GRAND SCRIBE John Schmidt 

GRAND TREASURER Bill Thornton 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1869 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1886 




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Jon Brecht 
Mike Johnson 
Kenny Behrens 
John Schmidt 




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Gordon Evans 

Dick Frerking 

George Grandstaff 

Fred Gunther 



Tom Gunther 

Bill Hoffman 

Shelley Howell 

Jack Ireland 



Bill Thornton 
Allen Benbrook 
John Birkner 
Mickey Cavaness 



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David Curd 

Bill Dietze 

David Erck 

Fred Erck 




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Jerry Bob Jennings 
Jim Johnson 
Lewis Johnson 
Tommy Jordan 




George Kesler 
Wayne Laster 
Chuck Merrill 
Bill Miller 



Thorn Murrell 
Ronnie Ogden 
Dick Oliver 
Rex Parks 



Robert Parsons 

Buck Redding 

John Roark 

Bob Rork 



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Larry Rydell 

Fred Sanders 

Al Simpson 





Cody Wardlow 
Bill Watts 



Kenny, did you say that you were working for 

Colgate this summer? 



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BEAUTY REVIEW 



From the twenty-four nominees of the five sororities 
and the Independent Association, the judges select the 
annual All School Beauty. They interview the girls 
and judge them in both a formal and a tea dress. 
The three professional beauty judges chose Mildred 
Lawler, Zeta Tau Alpha nominee, as the 1958-59 All 
School Beauty. 




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MISS SOUTHWESTERN 



Possessing leadership, scholarship, social, and 
religious characteristics, Margie Scott was elected 
Miss Southwestern, the highest attainment by a girl 
on Southwestern's campus. She was elected by ths 
student body from a group of nominees selected 
by a faculty committee. Margie's friendliness shows 
the atmosphere of Southwestern's campus. 







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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 



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These twelve seniors, picked by a secret faculty 
committee represent the picture of college success. 
To be elected to Who's Who, one must be active in all 
aspects of campus life, rate high scholastically, and 
have good leadership qualifications. 



MARY LOU MASON 




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BILL MOORE 



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LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 




CHUCK MERRILL 





MARGIE SCOn 




JIM HOLLAND 



LOU DENNARD 



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WHO'S WHO 



JOE WILSON 




SUZANNE RUNYAN 




KENNY BEHRENS 




WAYNE BRADFORD 






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PIRATE YELL LEADERS 




RICHARD LOCKHART 



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ANNE HARLEY 



THOM MURRELL 



SHERRY SPEER 



WAYNE LASTER 



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BASKETBALL 
SWEETHEART 



Elected by the Pirate basketball team, Janet Tewes 
was presented to the students by Charlie Chance. 



JANET TEWES 




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Bettie Scott, Sherry Speer, and Carolyn Dorbandt were also nominated. 



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UMOC 



Casting pennies for votes, the student body elected 
Harold Parsley as the 1958-1959 Ugly Man on Campus. 
Harold was crowned by Gail Hamme at the Student 
Senate Carnival. 




Candidates for the UMOC title were Gene Moore, Phi Delta Theta; Paul Whitely, Kappa Alpha; Bill Thornton, Kappa Sigma; 
Harold Parsley, Pi Kappa Alpha; Jack Cox, Independent Association; and David Snowden, Lunchroom Boys. 




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Sherru Speer, PI KAPPA 





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VARSITY BASKETBALL 




Members of the 1958-1959 varsity basketball squad were Charlie Chance, Buddy Renick, Del Moberg, kneeling; and Allison Trompler, Dale 
Lusk, Ronnie Ogden, Lewis Johnson, Scrooge Scoggins, Barney Stanley, James Baker, Merriman Morton, Paul Patrick, Coach Myron Dees, 
and Bobby Lade. 



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Although the 1959 Pirate basketball team did 
not complete the season with a record of impres- 
sive victories, they did exhibit some fine at- 
tempts to upset many of their opponents. The 
team placed second in a four team tournament 
in San Antonio. 



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The Pirates played a good last game against Pan American 
College. 




ALLISON TROMPLER 



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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 







Placing first in the boys' intramural basketball tournament also, the Kappa Sigma champion team consisted of the following members: 
Wayne Uster, Bill Deitze, Dick Oliver, Jack Ireland, and Bill Thornton, kneeling; Jim Johnson, John Roark, Buck Redding, George 
Grandstaff, and Lewis Johnson, standing. 




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INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL 
CHAMPIONS 



The Champs rest after a hard fought first half 



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The Independents won the football championship after an eventful : season. Members of the team included Danny Baker, Coach; Don Davis, 
Doug Fisk, Jack Cox, Jim Holland, David Scarcella, Bill Osher, James Baker, Steve Jackson, Don Higbee, Harry Crowe, Bob Mittanck, Don. 
Williams, Tommy McClung, and Mark Lett, manager. 



The use of a great pass defense helped the Barbs win the 
undefeated football championship for the 1959 season. 



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ACTION SHOTS 




Gene Moore of the Phis makes a brilliant catch. 





After a good gain, the Barbs are halted. 



Rough line play characterized the football season this year. 




Darol Lindloff steps off good yardage as the Phi's end run starts clicking again. 



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ACTION SHOTS 



Great plays such as this highlighted 
many of the football games. 






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The Pikes are thrown for a loss by a determined Sig team. 





The Pikes are stopped just short of the. 
goal line after a long drive. 



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The Phis drive^ hard as they pick up yardage. 



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INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS 




Members of the Kappa Sigma Volleyball Championship team were Dick Oliver, David Erck, Wayne Laster, Bill Deitze, 
KNEELING; Buck Redding, Skip Miller, George Grandstaff, Allen Benbrook and Bill Thornton, STANDING. 




Preparing for a good spike, the Sigs display their skill on the volleyball court. 



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ACTION SHOTS 



The Phis and the Sigs battle, clown to the last minute. 



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The KA's attempt to score. 





With all eyes on the ball, the Phis prepare to return. 



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As the Pikes return a spike, the play gets furious. 




The KA's fight for an important point. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 







Members of the 1959 baseball team are as follows: FIRST ROW: Tommy McClung, Jimmy Jeter, Eddie Vetter, Del Moberg Jesse Hibbet*s 
Thorn A/WrelL SECOND ROW: Don Williams, Jim Holland, David Tafoya, Bill Caskey, Charlie Chan-.e, Dale Lusk. THIRD ROW: Coach 
Myron Dees, Darol Lmdloff, John Roark, Scrooge Scoggins, Barney Stanley, David Switzer. 







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DAROL LINDLOFF 



CHARLIE CHANCE 




SCROOGE SCOGGINS 



TOMMY McCLUNG 



DEL MOBERG 



JIM HOLLAND 










JIMMY JETER 





EDDIE VETTER 



THOM MURRELL 



DON WILLIAMS 






JESSE HIBBETTS 






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DAVID TAFOYA 



BILL CASKEY 



DALE LUSK 







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INTRAMURAL 

VOLLEYBALL 



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Capturing the girls intramural volleyball title were the Independent Girls. The team consisted 
of Trecia Stevens, Mina Sakaguchi, La Schelle Thompson, KNEELING; Jean Causey, Mary Lynch, 
Shirley Fredericks, Terecia Conder, and Janet Tewes, STANDING. 





Nancy Seerden's back spike scores for 
fhe Phi Mu team. 



Sandra Munson Is ready and waiting to 
return the ball for the Zeta team. 



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Completing an undefeated season, the Independent Girls won the girls' basketball title with 
players Wanda Okawa, Terecia Conder, Charlotte Oliver, Shirley Fredericks, Ellen Stewart, 
Henriette Hohmann, Mina Sakaguchi, Janet Tewes, and Beth Atkison. 



GIRLS' 
INTRAMURAL 

BASKETBALL 





The Tri Delts attempt to halt the champions in a decisive game. 



The Delta Zetas and Phi Mus battle for the ball. 



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THE 
PRESIDENT 












WILLIAM C. FINCH 

A.B., S.T.B., Th.AA., Ph.D., LL.D. 



THE 
VICE-PRESIDE 




I. J. McCOOK, D.C.S. 




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RUTH AA. FERGUSON, A.B., A.M. 
Dean of Women 



JOHN D. RICHARDS, B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 



ADMINISTRATION 



MYRON F. WICKE, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences 



JOHN V. BERGLUND, A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Dean of Men 





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ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFF'CIALS 



PEARL ALMA NEAS 
Registrar 




DAVID K. SWITZER, A.B., B D. 
Chaplain 



HOWARD A. LONG, A.B., S.T.B. 
Director of Admissions 




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AAARY ELIZABETH FOX, A.B., B.S., A.M. 
Director of Publicity & Ex-Students Association 



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MILDRED Q. GERVASI, B.S. 
Librarian 





BASIL PHILLIPS 
Business Manager 



RICHARD W. BLEVINS, B.B.A. 
Director of Union 



PEARL B. ROBINSON, R.N. 
University Nurse 





JOHN R. MARTIN, M.D. 
University Physican 






MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX, A.B., A.M. 



ELIZABETH R. LUNDBLAD, B.S., A.M. 



LUDWIG H. MERZBACK, Dr. of Eco. & Political Science 



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MATHEMATICS 



RALPH M. WHITMORE, A.B., A.M. 








BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 



I. J. McCOOK, JR., B.B.A. 





EDUCATION 



JOHN O. RODGERS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 




HOME ECONOMICS 




JUDSON S. CUSTER, B.M., M.M., Ed.D. 



SARAH S. ZAJICEK, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



IRENE W. DEUPREE, B.S., A.M. 




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RUTH M. FERGUSON, A.B., A.M. 



ENGLISH 




MYRON F. WICKE, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



JOHN W. CARDWELL, A.B. 




F. BURR CLIFFORD, A.B., B.D., A.M., Ph.D. 



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SHERMAN D. LESESNE, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 




SCIENCE 








BOB M. BROWN, B.S., Ph.D. 



EB C. GIRVIN, A.C., A.M., Ph.D. 



JOHN C. GODBEY, A.B., A.M., Sc.D. 




E. W. KEITH, A.B., A.M. 



GORDON B. WOLCOTT, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 









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FOREIGN 

LANGUAGES 



MALI G. LENZ, Ph.D. 





J. HAMILTON McCOY, A.B., A.M. 




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ELIZABETH P. BEAVER, A.B., A.M. 



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PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 



ESTHER M. WEIR, A.B., A.M. 






DOROTHY LANCASTER, A.B., M.Ed. 




RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY, A.B., A.M 




MYRON H. DEES, B.S., M.Ed. 



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PSYCHOLOGY 





OSCAR A. ULLRICH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 



DAVID K. SWITZER, A.B., B.D. 




SOCIOLOGY 



FRANK E. LUKSA, A.B., Ph.D. 



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JOHN V. BERGLUND, A.B., B.D., A.M. 



JAMES C. HARES, A.B., B.D., A.M., Ph.D. 





EDMUND H. STEELMAN, Th.B., B.S. Ed., S.T.B., 
S.T.M., AND S.T.D. 



RELIGION AND 



PHILOSOPHY 



JOHN N. R. SCORE, II, A.B., B.D. 



HARVEY D. WATTS, A.B., B.D., A.M. 





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HISTORY AND 

GOVERNMENT 





GEORGE C. HESTER, A.B., A.M., L.L.D. 



RALPH W. JONES, B.M., M.M.Ed. 



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FREDERICK E. GAUPP, Ph.D. 



LUTHER J. WAGGONER, A.B., B.D., A.M. 



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R. ANGUS SPRINGER, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 




JAMES F. VALONE, A.B., M.F.A. 



ART 



SPEECH AND DRAMA 




JIMMY D. BAINES, A.B., A.M. 




CARL O. BERGQUIST, A.B., M.S. 



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MUSIC 




HENRY E. MEYER, A.B., B.M., B.S., A.M., Mus.D. 




RALPH W. JONES, B.M., M.M.Ed. 



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GEORGE E. NELSON, B.M.Ed., M.Mus. 



WENDELL L. OSBORN, B.M., M.Mus., B.M. 




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THOMAS C. DOUGLASS, B.AAus., M.AAus. 




IOLA B. CHAMBERS, B.F.A., A.B., M.Mus. 




JOHN D. RICHARDS, B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 



R. COCHRANE PENICK, A.B., Sac. Mus. M. 




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MARGUERITE DOLAN 
Office of the Vice-President 



MARJORIE BEECH 
Office of the President 



SKINNY HOWARD 
University Store 



GENE KLEIN 

Oftice of the Registrar 






EVELYN ADERHOLT 
Postmistress 





ANNABELLE NOBLES, LOUISE RADER, JOYCE ROSENBUSCH 
Business Office 




CLARA CARTER 
Office of the Registrar 




JoANN PAGE 

College of Arts and Sciences 




LOUISE DANIELS 
Office of Publicity 




GRACE WALKER 
Office of Admissions 



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DORMITORY MATRON 



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JOHN N. R. SCORE, II 





LUCILLE LOVENTHAL 



PROCTORS 



BEN H. BOHAAFALK 



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ORA BUCHHOLZ 
Phi Delta Theta 



RENA TIDAAORE 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



FRATERNITY HOUSE MOTHERS 



BLANCHE RUTLEDGE 
Kappa Alpha 





IAAOGENE GILLETT 
Kappa Sigma 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Henry Radde 

VICE-PRESIDENT David Shepherd 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Beverly Stiegler 



SENIOR CLASS 




Elected to lead the graduating class of 1958-59 are Henry Radde, Beverly Stiegler, and David Shepherd. 



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SENIORS 




MARY SUE ADDISON; Caldwell; Bus. Adm. 

Independent Asso.; Alpha Lambda Eta; Kappa Phi, 1st V.P., 

social chr.; International Club; Pi Gamma Mu 

MONETTA ALEXANDER; Palestine; Home Ec. 

Independent Asso., Sec.-Treas.; S.C.A., Sec.; M.S.M., Motive 

promoter; Independent Girls, Fr. and Soph, year 

BETH ATKISON; Seadrift; English 

Independent Asso., V.P., Girls' Pres.; N.E.A.; M.S.M.; Alpha 

Lambda Eta; Delta Omicron, V.P.; Cardinal Key; W.R.A. 



KENNY BEHRENS; Georgetown; Drama & Speech 
Kappa Sigma, Social Chr., V.P.; Student Asso., Treas., V.P.; 
Mask & Wig, Pres; Sigma Phi Alpha; Blue Key, Sec.; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 

LOUISE BLACKBURN; La Marque; Voice 

Delta Zeta, Song Leader, Activities Chr.; Mask & Wig; A Capel- 

la; Band; French Club 

WAYNE BRADFORD; Menard; Organ 
Independent Asso.; Organ Guild 



STANLEY BROSSETTE; Kingsville; Hist. & Gov. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Asso., Tres.; Head Cheer Leader 

CRIS CAMPBELL; Corpus Christi; Bus. Adm. 

Delta Zeta, Scholarship Chr.; Kappa Phi; Honor Council, Sec. 

LEE CARR; Galveston; Elementary Ed. 

Independent Asso.; Mask & Wig; International Club, Sec. 

AA.S.M., Sec.-Tres.; N.E.A., Historian; W.R.A. 



GEORGE CAUTHEN; Angleton; Religion 

Independent Asso.; M.S.M.; International Club; Negro Fine 

Arts School Teacher 

CHARLIE CHANCE; Georgetown; Bus. Adm. 

"S" Asso.; Basketball, 4 years; Baseball, 4 years; Basketball 

Captain 

CARMEN COLEMAN; Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, V. P.; Mask & Wig; F.T.A.; Delta Zeta Beauty 



VIRGIL "JACK" COX; Palestine; Religion 
Independent Asso.; Kappa Chi; A Capella; M.S.M.; All-Intra- 
mural Softball Team 

WILLEDA COX; San Antonio; Home Ec. 

Alpha Delta Pi, Reporter-Historian, Beauty Nominee, 2 yrs.; 

Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl; Mask & Wig; W.R.A. 

CHARLES DAVIS; McAllen; Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta, Historian, Song Leader; A Capella; Pre-med 

Society; Science Society; Student Instructor-organic chemistry 



SENIORS 



DONALD DAVIS; Temple; Physical Ed. 

LOU DENNARD; Nacogdoches; History 

Independent Asso., Social Chr..; Who's Who Among American 

Universities and Colleges; Independent Beauty; Cardinal Key; 

Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; A Capella; S.C.A., Social Chr.; 

M.S.M. 

IRENE DINNING; Freeport; Secretarial Sci. 

Delta Zeta, Recording Sec; Junior Class, Sec.; Pi Kappa Alpha 

Dream Girl Nominee 



WONMO DONG; Hung Nam, Korea; Government 

DANNY DUSEK; San Angelo; Biology 
International Club 

JAMES ELBERT; Lake Jackson; History 

Phi Delta Theta, Alumni Sec, Chaplain, House Manager; S.C.A. 

Council; Kappa Chi; M.S.M.; A Capella 





ANGELA ENGELBRECHT; Georgetown; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Sec, Social Chr., Beauty Nominee; Mask 

& Wig; N.E.A.; W.R.A.; S.C.A. 

DAVID ERCK; Alice; Bus. Adm. 
Kappa Sigma, Tres. 

MARY HELEN ETTER; Austin; Elementary Ed. 
Delta Delta Delta, Rush Chr., Service Projects; Band; Sym- 
phonetta; Mask & Wig; W.R.A.; Women's Panhellenic and In- 
terfraternity Council, V.P.; F.T.A. 



GORDON EVANS; Houston; History 

Kappa Sigma, V.P.; German Club; Pre-law Society; Ruter Dorm 

Council 

MORRIS FAUBIAN; Cedar Park; History 

Kappa Alpha, V.P., Pledge Master; Science Society, V.P.; Blue 

Key; German Club 

BARRY FAWCETT; Johnson City; Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta; Pre-med Asso.; German Club 



SHIRLEY FREDERICKS; Lyford; Elementary Ed. 

Independent Asso., Food Chr.; International Club; N.E.A.; 

M.S..M.; W.R.A.; S.C.A.; Intramural sports 

CHARLES GAUNTT; Georgetown; Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta, Warden, Pledge Master, Pres.; Science So- 
ciety; Blue Key; Men's Panhellenic, tres.; German Club; Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Tres.; Megaphone, Bus. Manager 

BEVERLY GEORGE; Carrizo Springs; Home Ec. 



SENIORS 




DAVID GOSS; Alice; Physics & Mathematics 
Independent Asso. 

DEL HAMILTON; Odessa; Chemistry 

Science Society; Pre-med Society, Pres.; Phi Delta Theta, Sec, 
House Manager, Parliamentarian; German Club, Pres.; Fite- 
Nite; Ruter Dorm Council 

MARY JO HARBUZ; Buckholts; English 

Independent Asso., Reporter; Kappa Phi, Social Chr.; Inter- 
national Club; Alpha Lambda Eta; F.T.A.; Megaphone Staff 



BILL HOFFMAN; Georgetown; Bus. Adm. 

Kappa Sigma; Pre-law Society; Intramural Sports, Baseball, 

Basketball, Football 

MARTHA HOFFMAN; Georgetown; Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi, Registrar, Activities Chr., Social Chr.; Pi Delta 

Epsilon, Sec.; W.R.A.; Perns; Kappa Sigma Dream Girl Nominee 

JIM HOLLAND; Uvalde; History 

Independent Asso., Pres.; Student Asso., Pres.; Alpha Chi; 
Blue Key; Pi Gamma Mu, V.P.; M.S.M., Pres.; "S" Asso., Pres.; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; A Capella; 
Kappa Chi; S.C.A. 



DICK HUGHES; Houston; Chemistry, Biology 
Independent Asso.; Pre-med Society; Blue Key; Science So- 
ciety; Mood Hall Council, Tres.; German Club; Lab Assistant 

JOANN IRVING; Corpus Christi; Religion 
Delta Zeta, song leader; Kappa Phi, song leader, chaplain, 
V.P.; Kappa Chi; Student Senate; Cardinal Key; M.S.M. Honor 
Council, Sec; Negro Fine Arts School Teacher 

ANNE JOHNSTON; Palestine; Secretarial Sci. 

Alpha Delta Pi, offices; Beauty Nominee; Mask & Wig; Pan- 

hellenic, Pres.; Annual Editor 



ANNA JANE JONES; Weir; Elementary Ed. 

F.T.A., Historian; Alpha Chi, Tres.; Independent Asso. 

CAMILLE KENNEDY; Bryan; Music Ed., Voice 
Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplain, Song Leader; Delta Omicron, Chap- 
lain, V.P.; S.C.A. Council; M.S.M. ; N.E.A.; Negro Fine Arts 

JOE ED LAMB; Houston; History 
Independent Asso.; Student Pastor 



JANE HARRIS; Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Scholarship and Social Chr., V.P., Best Pledge; 
Cardinal Key, Pres.; Sigma Phi Alpha; Junior Class Honor 
Council Rep., and Sec.-Tres.; Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 
Nominee; PEMS; W.R.A. 

SANDRA HATTAWAY; Kilgore; Secretarial Sci. 

W.R.A.; Student Handbook Committee; Pi Gamma Mu; Zeta 

Tau Alpha, tres., Remembrance Chr. 

FRED HEACOCK; Austin; Biology 




SENIORS 



MARTHA LEVERETT; Coleman; Chemistry 

Alpha Delta Pi, Tres.; Science Society, Reporter; Alpha Chi; 

Dames' Club Award 

SUE LIGHTSEY; San Antonio; Sociology 

Independent Asso.; Independent Girls; AA.S.AA., Sec.; Kappa 

Phi, Historian, Project Chr.; Kappa Chi; S.C.A. Council 

KATHLEEN LONG; Beaumont; English, Sec. Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Cor. Sec, Social and Standards Chr.; Mask & Wig; 

F.T.A.; Pi Delta Epsilon, Historian; Magazine, Asst. Ed. 



DALE LUSK; San Antonio; Sec. Ed, P.E. 

Independent Asso., Sports Captain; Varsity Basketball and 

Baseball; Magaphone, Sports Editor; F.T.A.; Mood Hall Council 

SALLY McMILLAN; Houston; English 

Delta Delta Delta, Publicity and Social Chr.; Magazine, Editor; 
Pi Delta Episilon, Pres.; Cardinal Key; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; W.R.A. 

ANN MELUGIN; Dallas; Chemistry 

Alpha Delta Pi; Cardinal Key, Tres.; Alpha Chi, Sec; Who's 

Who, Science Society. 




CHARLES "CHUCK" MERRILL; Ogden, Utah; Gov. 

Kappa Sigma, Pres., Pledge trainer; Blue Key; A Capella; 

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Student 

Senate 



BOB MITTANCK; San Antonio; Psychology 
Independent Asso., Song Leader; Kappa Chi, Social 
A Capella; S.C.A., Deputations; Mask & Wig; M.S.M. 



Chr., 



BILL MOORE; Dallas; English 

Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities; Blue 
Key, V.P.; Alpha Chi, V.P.; International Club, V.P., Tres.; 
M.S.M., Publicity and Program Chr.; Honor Council 



GENE MOORE; Tomball; Physical Education 

Phi Delta Theta, Standards Chr., Sports Captain; All Intramural 

Basketball and Football 

AL MUNSON; Georgetown; Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chr.; Science Society; German Club; 

Fr. Class, Pres.; Jr. Class, V.P.; Senator; Honor Council Rep. 

AUBREY PAGE; Weir; Bus. Administration 



PAT PEACOCK; San Benito; Religion 

KAY PHELPS; Corpus Christi; ; Elementary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, V.P.; N.E.A., V.P.; W.R.A.; Governing Board 

of Student Union, Sec 

ROSS POTEET; Simms; Church Music, Organ 

Independent Asso.; S.C.A. Council; Southwestern Student 

Guild of A.G.O.; Kappa Chi 



SENIORS 




BARBARA SANDS; Corpus Christi; Sacred Music. 
Independent Asso.; Sec.-Tres.; Delta Omicron, Tres.; Alpha 
Chi; Kappa Chi, German Club, Tres.; Student Organ Guild, 
V.P. 

HAROLD SASSMAN; San Antonio; History 
Independent Asso., Program Chr., Boy's Contact; M.S.M.; 
Wesley Players; A Capella; Kappa Chi, Vesper Chr., Pres.; 
Mood Hall Council 

JOYCE SAUER; Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Delta Pi, Best Pledge,- Rec. Sec, Pres.; N.E.A.; W.R.A.; 

S.C.A.; Mask & Wig; Women's Advisory Council, Sec. 



RUTH SCHMIDT; Kingsville; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Chaplain, Cor. Sec.; Alpha Chi; Cardinal Key; DZ 

Beauty; A Capella; S.C.A. and Honor Council; Sigma Phi Alpha 

JESSE"SCROOGE" SCOGGINS ; Smithville; Bus. Adm. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Basketball and Baseball letterman; "S" Asso.; 

UMOC; Twirp King. 

MARGIE SCOTT; Houston; Mathematics 

Delta Zeta, Sports Captain, V.P.; Student Asso., V.P.; M.S.M., 
Pres.; Perns, Pres.; Cardinal Key, V.P., Oustanding Fr. and 
Soph. Award; Who's Who Among American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Pi Gamma Mu 



CHARLES SELMAN; Marble Falls; Chemistry 

Phi Delta Theta, Pledgemaster, Sports Captain; Science Society; 

German Club, Pres., V.P.; Blue Key, Pres.; Lab. Asst. 

DON SHULLER; Palestine; Chemistry 

Pi Kappi Alpha, Historian; German Club; Pre-med Society; 

Science Society 

JACK STONE; Menard; Secondary Ed. Hist. 



HENRY RADDE; Meridan; Religion 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Scholarship Chr., Sec, Historian, V.P.; M.S.M., 
Tres.; Sr. Class Pres.; German Club, Pres.; T.A.G.S., Pari.; Kap- 
pa Chi, S.C.A. Ruter Dorm Council 

VIRGINIA REIFSCHNEIDER; Houston; Elem. Ed. 

Delta Zeta, V.P., Sports Captain; Panhellenic; Cardinal Key; 

Perns; W.R.A.; N.E.A. 

SYLETA ROGERS; Tomball; Sec. Ed., History 

Alpha Delta Pi, Guard, Act. C,hr., Sports Captain; Perns, tres., 

Sec; W.R.A.; All Star Volleyball and Basketball 



SUZANNE RUNYAN; Independence, Kansas; Art 
Independent Asso.; Kappa Phi, Chaplain, V.P.; Sigma Phi 
Alpha; Alpha Chi; Negro Fine Arts; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Dames' Club Award;S.C.A. ; M.S.M. 
Council; International Club, V.P. 

LARRY RYDELL; Taylor; Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma; Varsity Basketball 

FRED SANDERS; Fort Worth; History & Gov. 

Kappa Sigma; Student Asso., V.P.; Blue Key; Pi Gamma Mu; 

Ruter Dorm Council, Pres. 




SENIORS 



BEVERLY STIEGLER; San Antonio; Sociology 

Delta Zeta, Guard, Pres.; Mask & Wig; Advisory Council, V.P.; 

N.E.A.; W.R.A.; Senior Class, Sec.-Tres. 

JOHN STONE; Jasper; Philosophy 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Best Pledge, Pledgemaster; Kappa Chi; Ger- 
man Club; Honor Council; Ruter Dorm Council 

JUDY STONE; Fort Worth; Elem. Ed. 



FRED SULLIVAN; Georgetown; Bus. Ad. 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pledgemaster, M.C., Social Chr., Sports Cap- 
tain 

SHIRLEY SWITZER; Georgetown; Home Ec. 

ROBERT 'BUBBA' WATKINS; Hobbs, N.M.j Physical Ed., History 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Megaphone, Reporter; Annual; N.E.A.; Var- 
sity Baseball; International Club 





CHARLIE BRAY; Corpus Christi 
JERRY FEWELL; Dallas 
BEN HEAD; Quitman, Louisiana 
PEN PIN KWOK ; Surabaja, Indonesia 
MAC McPHERSON; Liberty 
MARY LOU MASON; Eagle Pass 



FRAN WIGINTON; Longview; History & Gov. 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

MARSHA WILKINS; Goldthwaite; History 
Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, Sports Captain, Marshall; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu; W.R.A., Pres., V.P.; Cardinal Key; Perns; M.S.M. 

JERRY R. WILLIAMS; Childress; Music Ed. 

Kappa Alpha, Sec; A Capella; Lab and Concert Band; Honor 

Council; S.C.A. 



JAMES WILSON; Belton; Bus. Ad. 

JOE WILSON; Orange; History 

Phi Delta Theta; Blue Key;. Student Asso., Pres.; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities; S.C.A. and Honor 
Council; Jr. Class, Pres.; Kappa Chi 

EDDIE WINK; San Angelo; Religion 
Independent Asso.; M.S.M. ; Kappa Chi 

MARY LYNN WISDOM; Cypress; Chemistry 
Independent Asso., Sweetheart, V.P., Beauty Nominee; Card- 
inal Key, Sec; Science Society; Pre-med Society; Independent 
Girls, Pres.; Soph. Class, Sec. 



DICK OLIVER; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
HAROLD PARSLEY; Daingerfield 
DAVID SHEPHERD, Angleton 
KAY STEWART; Hull 
JOE STOVER; Leander 
WINDLE TAYLOR; Georgetown 
ERNEST WILLIAMS; Odem 



JUNIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Jimmy Armsworth 

VICE-PRESIDENT Paul Primm 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Irene Dinning 



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Leading the junior class of 98 students are Paul Primm, Irene Dinning, and Jimmy Armsworth. 



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JUNIORS 



GERALD APPLEWHITE; Houston 
NANCY ARMISTEAD; Fort Stockton 
JIMMY ARMSWORTH; San Antonio 
JOAN ATCHISON; Austin 



DAVID BAKER; Corpus Christi 
JAMES BAKER; Waco 
ANN BAUGH; West Columbia 
NAN BAUGH; West Columbia 




JIM CARLIN; Overton 
JEAN CAUSEY; Eagle Lake 
JOHN CHAPMAN; San Antonio 
CONNIE CLENDENIN; Beaumont 



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JUNIORS 



JOHN CLOUD; Georgetown 
JEAN COBURN; Bellaire 
MARGARET COLLUM; Moody 
EDWIN CORDRAY; South Houston 



JOE ED DARSEY; Houston 
KAY DEAN; Navasota 
DENNIS DUSEK; San Angelo 
JERRY ELROD; Palestine 




ED GAUNTT; Georgetown 
ROBERT GERSHBACH; Bartlett 
ANTHONY GRIGSBY; Malvern, Arkansas 
BESS GUGGOLZ; Brenham 



GAYLE HADEN; McAllen 

JERRY HARPER; Palestine 

CORINNE HIGBEE; Baytown 

DON HIGBEE; Haddonfield, New Jersey 



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JUNIORS 



ELTON HOMESLEY; FlatQnia 

GRAHA/iA HOWELL; Austin 

JACK IRELAND; Brenham 

STEVE JACKSON; Donaleon, Tennessee 



BYRON JARRATT; Port Arthur 
BETTIE ANNE JOHNSON; Houston 
HOLLIS "PAT" JOHNSON; Dallas 
MIKE JOHNSON; Bay City 




BETTE LOVENTHAL; Georgetown 
LERLENE McCOLLUM; La Porte 
MARY BETH McKINNEY; Beeville 
ANNIE LAURA MASON; Lufkin 



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JUNIORS 



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JAMES "BUCK" REDDING; Victoria 
ROY GENE ROBBINS; Harlingen 
NORMAN ROE; Uvalde 
DEE ROWLAND; Uvalde 



HERNAN SALAZAR; La Paz, Bolivia 
DAVID SANDEFER; Temple 
LARRY SANDERS; Port Lavaca 
RAY SANSOM; Georgetov/n 




PRELLA MAYS; Freeport 

ROBERT MONTGOMERY; Georgetown 

MARY ALICE NEELY; San Bentito 

WANDA OKAWA; Kahuku, Oahu 
Territory of Hawaii 



SENG KAH OOI; Penang, Malaya 

PAUL PATRICK; Mineola 

JOAN PATTON; McAllen 

EVE PORTER; North Las Vegas, Nevada 



PAUL PRIMM; Bloomington 
RUBY LEE PYLE; Odem 
ROD QUINN; Navasota 
JAN RAASCH; Corpus Christi 




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JUNIORS 



JOHN SCHAUB; Houston 
WILLIE SCHLICKEISEN; Taylor 
NANCY SECHRIST; Corpus Christi 
BRIAN SELANDER; Houston 



JANICE SMITH; Sabinal 
ALLAN SNAVELY; Combes 
DAVID SNOWDEN; Houston 
SHERRY SPEER; Houston 




ANNETTE WHITTLE; Shamrock 
LAWRENCE WISDOM; Dallas 
STANLEY WONG; Hong Kong, China 
YURI YAMADA; Irving 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Buddy Renick 

VICE-PRESIDENT Ronnie Ogden 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Fannie Newton 



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Ronnie Ogden, Fannie Newton, and Buddy Renick head the 143 member sophomore class. 



199 



SOPHOMORES 




SHARRON BETTS; Sinton 
BARBARA BOHMFALK; Georgetown 
JO ANN BOOZER; Tomball 
NORMAN BOUFFARD; Georgetown 



NEIL ABELES; Paris 
GAYLE AHLGREEN; Taylor 
MOHAMMAD AYYAD; Gaza Via Egypt 
DANNY BAKER; Harlingen 



JAMES BAKER; Sonora 
JAMES BAKER; Combes 
JOAN BARTON; Monahans 
JOE BAUSCHER; Wichita Falls 



BILLIE LOU BRYSON; Bertram 
RAY BURKETT; Lake Jackson 
CHARLES BURLESON; Huntsville 
ROBERTA BYROM; Lytle 



PHIL CARSON; Austin 
SARA CHURCHILL;- Houston 
PATTIE CLARE; Fort Worth 
ROSEMARY COGHLAN; Houston 



200 



SOPHOMORES 



"LaVerne, look at that dress!" 





CONNIE COLE; Bryan 
CONNIE COLLINS; Houston 
TERECIA CONDER; Killeen 
CARL CRAFT; Temple 



HARRY CROWE; Brownsville 
MARJORIE DALCHAU; Pasadena 
JAMES DAVIS; Houston 
ANN DOZIER; Dallas 



MARCY DU BOSE; Uvalde 
RICHARD DURDIN; Beaumont 
BARBARA ECK; La Grange 
MARY JEAN FINCHER; Lufkin 



201 



SOPHOMORES 



KATHY FLEMING; Houston 
ED FRANKLIN; Belton 
CLAUDIA FRAZER; Houston 
CAROLE GRAFF; Brownsville 




JOHN HARRIS; Austin 

JESSE HIBBETTS; Lake Jackson 

BILL HITE; College Station 

RAY "BUBBA" HOLUBEC; Granger 



LEE HOWARD; Austin 
LLOYD HUFF; West Columbia 
MARGARET HUFFSTUTLER; Dallas 
JAMES JOHNSON; Sulphur Springs 



SOPHOMORES 




CHARLES McCLURE; Killeen 
GROVER McCULLUM; Cameron 
DONALD McDONALD; Abilene 
ROBERT McDOWELL; Jarrell 



DUN KEN McNITZKY; Lake Jackson 
DONNA MARTIN; Georgetown 
BARBARA MAXWELL; Houston 
MARY LOUISE MEYERS; Tyler 



SOPHOMORES 





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'I'm the fastest gun in town.'' 



DEL MOBERG; Austin 

JOE MOCK; La Porte 

HALL GEAN MOORE; Beaumont 

PAT MORROW; Sinton 



MARY MOSTY; Center Point 
MARGARET MOUNT; Waco 
LINDA MURPHY; Houston 
FANNIE NEWTON; Houston 



DIANE NORRIS; Brownsville 
RONNIE OGDEN; Marlin 
BILL OSHER; Brownsville 
MARTHA PAGGI; Houston 



204 





MARGIE SCHAEZLER; San Antonio 
JUDY SCHAPER; Houston 
CAROL SCHEIRER; Beaumont 
JOHN SCHMIDT; Kingsville 



TERRY SCHOENEAAANN; Houston 
BETTIE SCOTT; Houston 
WILLIAM SEALE; Beaumont 
ROBERT SEBESTA; Pasadena 



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SOPHOMORES 



He was the fastest gun in town. 



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NANCY SEERDEN; Bay City 
VIRGINIA SIMMS; Irving 
SARAH SHEPHERD; Angleton 
AL SIMPSON; Houston 



JOHN SMITH; Sealy 
MILLICENT SNEED; Fairfield 
JAMES SPECK; Menard 
CHARLES SPELLMAN; Cuero 



PATSY STANFIELD; Pasadena 

DOROTHY STEVENS; Houston 
PAT SWANZEY; Houston 
THOMAS SWIFT; Cypress 



206 




SOPHOMORES 



GERALD SYLVESTER; Lott 

PAT TEINERT; Walburg 

CAROLYN THOMASON; Corpus Christi 

EDDIE VETTER; Houston 




BOBBY WHITAKER; Temple 
LINDA WILSON; Kerrville 
DES WOODS; Katy 



207 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Bill Dietze 

VICE-PRESIDENT David Watts 

SECRETARY-TREASURER .... Ross Covington 




Officers of the largest freshman class at Southwestern of 270 members are Bill Dietze, Ross Covington, 
and David Watts. * 



Z08 



AARTHA ADAMS; 

Dallas 
JUDY ALLEN; 

Yorktown 
ROBERT ALLGOOD 

Longview 
LARRY BALL; 

San Antonio 

(BILL BARNES; 

San Antonio 



ULEN BENBROOK; 

Houston 
RONA FAYE BESELER; 

Nacogdoches 

SAM BIRKNER; 

Austin 
DEE ANNE BOVVEN; 

Houston 
BEVERLY BRADBERRY; 

Midland 



JOBERT BRAGUE; 
Coppe 

JOHN BRECKENRIDGE; 

Houston 
HAROLD BROOKS; 

Rockdale 
MARILYN BROUGH; 

Houston 
(BRYAN BROWN; 

Trinidad 




5EORGE BURRIS; 

Lufkin 
TAYTON 

Alice 
MEAL CANNON; 

Wichita Fa 
IACKIE CARDWELL; 

London 
WILTON CARDWELL; 
Junction 



NORMAN CLANTON; 

San Antonio 
NANCY CONERLY; 

San Antonio 
CAROLYN CONNOR; 

McAllen 

ROSS COVINGTON; 

San Antonio 
JAMES CROLEY; 

Houston 



209 



210 




BETTY VIRGINIA EWING; 

Sinton 
IRENE FERNANDEZ; 

San Antonio 
ARTHUR "BUBBA" FEW; 

Jasper 
JIM F1NNEGAN; 

Buchanan Dam 
BARBARA FISCHER; 

New Braunfels 



JOHN FISK; 

Dallas 
JANICE FORD; 

Hutto 
PERRY "JOLLY" FOSTER; 

Calvert 
EVERETT FRIZZELL; 

Houston 
FRANCENA FULLER; 

Dallas 



RAMIRO CRUZ-AEDO; 

Mexico, D.F. 
DAVID CURD; 

Dallas 
PHIL DARBY; 

Nacogdoches 
EDITH DAVIS; 

Nashville, Tennessee 
NANCY JO DAWSON; 

Austin 



ANN DAY; 

Bellaire 
DORIS DEATS; 

Dickinson 
ROBERT DENKER; 

Navasota 
GEORGE ANN DENNEY; 

San Marcos 
BILL DIETZE; 

Cuero 



CAROLYN DORBANDT; 

Tyler 
SAM DOUGHTY; 

Corpus Christi 
CLARENCE DOWNING; 

Pasadena 
GEORGE DUNKIN; 

San Antonio 
ROGER DURHAM; 

San Angelo 



JOHN EDGE; 

San Antonio 
JUDY ED1NGTON; 

Houston 
SHARON ENGLAND; 

San Juan 
WILLIAM ERCK; 

Alice 
GAYLE EVANS; 

Houston 




FRESHMAN 

CHARLES GEORGE; 

Round Rock 
RICHARD GEORGE; 

Round Rock 
ROY GEORGE; 

Georgetown 
AAARIANNE GESSE; 

Naperville, Illinois 
DONALD GIBSON; 

Houston 



JANET GIBSON; 

Eagle Lake 
JOYCE GLASSCOCK; 

Houston 
VIRGINIA GOODMAN; 

St. Louis, Missouri 
DE ETTE GREEN; 

Pecos 
HERBERT GUEST; 

San Antonio 



TOM GUNTHER; 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
JUDY HALL; 

Corpus Christi 
THOMAS HANCOCK; 

Pasadena 
MARY KATHRYN HANLY; 

Eagle Lake 
ANNE HARLEY; 

San Antonio 



SHARON HARRIS; 

Corpus Christi 
HUBERT HARRISON; 

San Antonio 
NANCY HART; 

Sonora 
STANLEY HAUERWAS; 

Dallas 
THOMAS HAWKINS; 

Groesbeck 





LEE HENDERSON; 

Twitty 
CAROL HENDERSON; 

Georgetown 
KAY HENRY; 

San Augustine 
JOHN HICKMAN; 

Laredo 
MARY HELEN HILBURN; 

New York, New York 



SANDRA HILL; 

Huntsville 
MARY ANN HINSON; 

Houston 
MARCIA HOOKER; 

Reseda, California 
SHELLEY HOWELL; 

Temple 
ALFRED HUNTER; 

Bangs 



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DAVID HUNTER; 

Houston 
LINDA HUTSELL; 

Anahuac 
VIRGINIA JACKSON; 

Waycross, Georgia 
ERWIN JENKE; 

Giddings 
JANE JENKINS; 

Mission 



RICHARD JENKINS; 

Katy 
JERRY BOB JENNINGS; 

Sulphur Springs 
JAMES JETER; 

Ennis 
HAROLD JOHNSON; 

Buffalo, New York 
MARGUERITE JOHNSON; 

Corpus Christi 




CHEE KWONG "BILLY" LING; 

Perak, Malaya 
RICHARD LOCKHART; 

Groves 



WILLIAM LOONEY; 

Tomball 
DAVID LUKER; 

Houston 
MARY LYNCH; 

Bellaire 
THOMAS McAFERTY; 

Georgetown 
RITA McCASLAND; 

Georgetown 

212 



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FRESHMAN 



TOMMY McCLUNG; 

Vernon 
VIRGINIA MACMILLAN; 

Houston 
ANNE MARESH; 

Houston 
KENT "BUZZ" MARRS; 

Waco 
CAROL ANNE MARSH; 

Houston 



ROBERT MARTIN; 

Georgetown 
JOANNA MAY; 

Edinburg 
THOMAS MAY; 

Arlington 
BARBARA MENKING; 

Bellviile 
EDWIN MERCER; 

Longvievv 



THOMAS MILLEGAN; 

Round Rock 
JANIS MILLER; 

Dallas 
WILLIAM MILLER; 

Waelder 
KATHERINE "MISSY" MOOD; 

Midland 
WELDON MORTON; 

Lake Jackson 



R. J. MOTT; 

Georgetown 
SANDRA MUNSON; 

Georgetown 
THOMAS MURRELL; 

Piano 
THARELYN NICHOLS; 

Corpus Christi 
BOBBY TINDELL; 

Waco 



• 





Well, fancy meeting you here! 



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CHARLES NORMAN; 

Houston 
NANCY NORTH; 

Dallas 
CHARLOTTE OLIVER; 

Houston 
THOMAS PARKER; 

San Antonio 
WILLIAM PARKS; 

Houston 



JENNY PARRIS; 

Pasadena 
ROBERT PARSONS; 

Ennis 
ROBERT PAYSSE; 

Galveston 
ROBERT PENICK; 

Georgetown 
JOE PENO; 

Jasper 



SUSAN PETRY; 

Washington, D.C. 
PRISCILLA POND; 

Big Spring 
JAMES PRENZLER; 

Georgetown 
RONNY PRESSWOOD; 

Houston 
LOUZELLE PRICE; 

Donna 




MARGARET REAVIS; 

Florence 
JAMES REID; 

Houston 
MARY BETH REIFSCHNEIDER; 

Houston 
JO ANN RICE; 

Houston 
ROBERT RICHARDS; 

Paducah 



ELLEN RISINGER; 

Sulphur Springs 
JOHN ROARK; 

Greenville 
BOB RORK; 

San Angelo 
SHARON ST. LAWRENCE; 

Houston 



JO SALTER; 
Stockdale 



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DAVID TAYLOR; 

Houston 
MARY ANN THAMES; 

Houston 
SHEILA THOMAS; 

Sweeny 
LaSCHELLE THOMPSON; 

Jourdanton 
LOU TOMPKINS; 

Lufkin 




SHARON TRACY; 

Palestine 
ALLISON TROMPLER; 

Honey Grove 
PAUL TUXWORTH; 

Houston 
DAVID VARNADO; 

Houston 
JUDY VOWELL; 

Bay City 



ROBERT WAITE; 

Port Neches 
LYDIA KIT MUN WANG; 

Hong Kong, China 
CODY WARD LAW; 

Del Rio 
WILLIAM WATSON; 

San Antonio 
DAVID WATTS; 

Georgetown 



WILLIAM WATTS; 

Wichita Falls 
BETTY ANN WEIR; 

San Antonio 
JOAN WELLBORN; 

Fort Worth 
ELEANOR WHITE; 

Jackson, Alabama 
DON WILLIAMS; 

Georgetown 



JOHN WILLIAMS; 

Freeport 
RICHARD WILLIAMSON; 

Houston 
SANDRA WILSON; 

Temple 
JO ANN WINFREY; 
Houston 

WINKIE WISE; 
San Antonio 



At last, good food I 



216 




JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 

MAC BARRON; Georgetown 

CAROL BLACKSTONE; Ozona 

RUBYE BOHMFALK; Cost 

CHARLSIE CONERLY; Bay City 

JANICE FLEMING; Houston 

JAMES GREEN; Georgetown 

FRED GUNTHER; Colorado Springs, Colo. 

BILLY JOE HAMMOND; Burnet 

TOMMY JORDAN; Art 

PAT ROOD; Falfurrias 

BARNEY STANLEY; Georgetown 

ROWENA STONE; Georgetown 

FREDDY TREVINO; San Antonio 

JACK WARREN; San Angelo 

JERRY O. WILLIAMS; Beaumont 



SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED 

DEWAYNE BOSTICK; Beaumont 

DICKIE FRERKING; Lake Jackson 

MILDRED LAWLER; Mercedes 

RALPH LOVE; Georgetown 

UNDINE McCULLOCH; Elizabeth City, 
North Carolina 

BOBBY MALONE; Leggett 

RICHARD SEALS; Big Lake 

CAROLYN TENERY; Taft 

LANA TURNER; Monahans 

ROSEMARY WENDT; Vernon 

JONELLE WHEATLEY; Brownsville 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 

BARBARA BURGESS; Houston 

MARTHA CHANDLEY; Las Cruces, New 

Mexico 
BENNA CHU; Hong Kong, China 
FRED DODSON; Georgetown 
ASHELY FINNIE; Georgetown 
JOHN GILMORE; Temple 
KAYE HAYES; Austin 
GILBERT HRNA; Granger 
JOHN MONTGOMERY; Georgetown 
ROY NICHOLS; Parks, Arkansas 
SAM SHEPHERD; Sugarland 
JERRY STRICKLER; Baytown 
JOHN WIRTH; Santa Rosa 



217 



MID-TERM STUDENTS 



HENRIETTE HOHMANN; Fredericksburg 
SALLY SPEIR; Uvalde 
LOUISE SMITH; Lovelady 
DORIS CATER; Temple 



ROBERT PINCKNEY; Houston 

FRANCES MONTGOMERY; Georgetown 

BETH RIDER; Tomball 
MARY RUTH FISHER; Austin 





JIM KEYS; Georgetown 

JOLENE HENSON; Corpus Christi 



MID TERM STUDENTS NOT PICTURED 

GUY GROSS; San Angelo 
DAVID LEMONS; Houston 
STEVE RABEN; Houston 
TOM STEVENS; Houston 
STANLEY WILLIAMS; Temple 
JERRY BARKER; Leander 
ALEX PATTERSON; Lockhart 



218 



STUDENT INDEX 



A 

Abeles, Neil 200 

Adams>. Marty 209 

Addison, Mary Sue 187 

Ahlegreen, Gayle 200 

Alexander, Monetta 187 

Allen, Judy 209 

Allgood, Robert 209 

Applewhite, Gerald 194 

Armistead, Nancy 194 

Armsworth, Jimmy 194 

Atchison, Joan 194 

Atkison, Beth 187 

Ayyad, Mohammad 200 

B 

Baker, Danny 200 

Baker, David 194 

Baker, James 194 

Baker, James L. 200 

Ball, Larry 209 

Barnes, Bill 209 

Barton, Joan 201 

Baugh, Ann 194 

Baugh, Nan 194 

Bauscher, Joe 200 

Behrens, Kenny 187 

Benbrook, Allen 209 

Beseler, Rona Faye 209 

Betts, Sharron 200 

Birkner, John 194 

Birkner, Sam 209 

Blackburn, Louise 187 

Bobbin, Diane 194 

Bohmfalk, Barbara 200 

Boozer, Jo Ann 200 

Bouffard, Norman 200 

Bowen, Dee Anne 209 

Bradberry, Beverly 209 

Bradford, Wayne 187 

Brague, Robert 209 

Brecht, Jon 194 

Breckenridge, John 209 

Brooks, Harold 209 

Brossette, Stanley 182 

Brough, Marilyn 209 

Brown, Bryan 209 

Brown, Tom 194 

Browning, Rita 194 

Bryan, Lynne Dee 194 

Bryson, Billie Lou 200 

Bulman, Herman 194 

Burkett, Ray 200 

Burleson, Charles 200 

Burris, George 209 

Byrom, Roberta 20Q 

C 

Calhoun, Pete 209 

Campbell, Cris 187 

Campbell, Marcia 194 

Cannon, Neal 209 

Cardwell, Jackie 209 

Cardwell, Milton 209 

Carlin, Jim 194 

Carr, Lee 187 

Carrell, Mary Jane 209 

Carson, Phil 200 



Caskey, Willie 209 

Cates, Odell 209 

Causey, Jean 194 

Cauthen, George 187 

Cavaness, Mickey 209 

Chance, Charlie 187 

Chapman, Jay 194 

Chilton, Pam 209 

Churchill, Sara 200 

Clanton, Gary 209 

Clare, Pattie 200 

Clendenin, Connie 194 

Cloud, John 195 

Coburn, Jean 195 

Coghlan, Rosemary 200 

Cole, Connie 201 

Coleman, Carmen 187 

Collins, Connie 201 

Collum, Margaret 195 

Conder, Terecia 201 

Conerly, Nancy 209 

Conner, Carolyn 209 

Cordray, Ed 195 

Covington, Ross 209 

Cox, Willeda 187 

Cox, Jack 187 

Craft, Carl 201 

Croley, James 209 

Crowe, Harry 201 

Cruz-Aedo, Ramiro 210 

Curd, David 210 

D 

Dalchau, Marjorie 201 

Darby, Phil 210 

Darsey, Joe Ed 195 

Davis, Charles 187 

Davis, Donald 188 

Davis, Edith '_ 210 

Davis, -James 201 

Dawson, Nancy Jo 210 

Day, Ann 210 

Dean, Kay 195 

Deats, Doris 210 

Denker, Robert 210 

Dennard, Lou 188 

Denney, George Ann 210 

Dietze, Bill 210 

Dinning, Irene 188 

Dong, Wonmo 188 

Dorbandt, Carolyn 210 

Doughty, Sam 210 

Downing, Clarence 210 

Dozier, Ann 201 

DuBose, Marcy 201 

Dunkin, George 210 

Durdin, Richard 201 

Durham, Roger 210 

Dusek, Danny 188 

Dusek, Dennis : 195 

E 

Eck, Barbara 201 

Edge, John 210 

Edington, Judy 210 

Elbert, James 188 

Elrod, Jerry 195 

Englebrecht, Angela 188 

England, Sharon 210 



Erck, David 188 

Erck, Freddy 210 

Etter, Mary Helen 188 

Evans, Gayle 210 

Evans, Gordon 188 

Ewing, Betty 210 

F 

Faubion, Morris 188 

Fawcett, Barry 188 

Fernandez, Arthur 195 

Fernandez, Irene 210 

Few, Bubba 210 

Fincher, Mary Jean 210 

Finnegan, Jim 210 

Fischer, Barbara 210 

Fisher, Jim 195 

Fisk, Doug 210 

Fleming, Kathy 202 

Ford, Janice 210 

Foster, Jolly 210 

Franklin, Ed 202 

Frazer, Claudia 202 

Fredericks, Shirley 188 

Frizzell, Everett 210 

Fugler, D. L. 195 

Fuller, Francena 210 

Fuqua, Sidney 195 

G 

Gauntt, Charles 188 

Gauntt, Ed 195 

George, Beverly 188 

George, Charles 211 

George, Richard 211 

George, Roy 211 

Gersbach, Robert 195 

Gesse, Marianne 211 

Gibson, Donald 21) 

Gibson, Janet 211 

Glasscock, Joyce 211 

Goodman, Virginia 21 1 

Goss, David 189 

Graff, Carole 202 

Grandstaff, George 202 

Grappa, Harry 202 

Green, De Ette 211 

Griffin, Horace 202 

Griffith, Ellen 202 

Grigsby, Anthony 195 

Gross, Guy _ 218 

Guggolz, Bess 195 

Gunther, Tom 211 

H 

Haden, Gayle 195 

Hall, Judy _ 211 

Hamilton, Del 1 89 

Hamme, Gail 202 

Hancock, Thomas 21 1 

Hanly, Mary Kathryn 211 

Haralson, Suzanne 202 

Harbuz, Mary Jo ; \ 89 

Hares, David _ 202 

Harley, Anne _ 21 1 

Harper, Jerry _ ] 95 

Harris, Harry _ 202 

Harris, Jane _ ] 89 

Harris, John _ 202 

Harris, Sharon 21 1 

Harrison, Hub __ 21 1 



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STUDENT INDEX 



Hart, Nancy 211 

Hattaway, Sandra 189 

Hauerwas, Stanley ., 211 

Hawkins, Thomas 211 

Heacock, Fred 189 

Henderson, Lee 211 

Henderson, Carol 211 

Henry, Kay 21 1 

Hibbetts, Jesse 202 

Hickman, John 21 1 

Higbee, Corinne 195 

Higbee, Don 195 

Hilburn, Mary Helen 211 

Hill, Sandra 211 

Hinson, Mary Ann 211 

Hite, Bill 202 

Hoffman, Martha 189 

Hoffman, Bill 189 

Hohman, Henriette 189 

Holland, Jim 189 

Holubec, Bubba 202 

Homesley, Elton 196 

Hooker, Marcia 211 

Howard, Lee 202 

Howell, Shelley 211 

Howell, Graham 196 

Huff, Lloyd 202 

Huffstutler, Margaret 202 

Hughes, Dick 189 

Hunter, Alfred 211 

Hutsell, Linda 212 

I 

Ireland, Jack 196 

Irving, JoAnn 189 

J 

Jackson, Virginia 212 

Jackson, Steve 196 

Jarratt, Byron 196 

Jenke, Erwin - 212 

Jenkins, Jane 212 

Jenkins, Dick 212 

Jennings, Jerry Bob 212 

Jeter, James 212 

Johnson, Bettie 196 

Johnson, Harold 212 

Johnson, Pat 196 

Johnson, James 202 

Johnson, Julie 203 

Johnson, Lewis 203 

Johnson, Marguerite 212 

Johnson, Mike 196 

Johnston, Anne 187 

Jones, Anna Jane 189 

Jones, Hubert 196 

Jones, Judy 212 

Jordan, Milton 212 

K 

Kasperik, Jon 203 

Kattner, Dru 203 

Keepers, Belle 203 

Kennedy, Camille 189 

Kennedy, Nan ,_^ 196 

Kennedy, James ; 212 

Kesler, George 212 

Knippa, Carolyn 196 

Kobs, Barbara 212 



Kretzmeier, Margaret 212 

Kuykendall, Judith 212 

L 

Lackey, Jerry 212 

Lade, Bobby 196 

Lamb, Doris Jeanne 196 

Landers, Susan 212 

Laster, Wayne 212 

Latch, Lenise 212 

Lawson, Carolyn 212 

Lawson, Doug 203 

Ledger, Ike 203 

Leggett, Carolyn 203 

Lemons, David 218 

Lett, Mark 203 

Leverett, Martha 190 

Lightsey, Sue 190 

Lindloff, Darol 196 

Ling, Billy 212 

Lloyd, Carl 196 

Lockhart, Richard 212 

Loden, Morris 196 

Long, Kathleen 1 190 

Looney, Doug 212 

Loventhal, Bette 196 

Luker, David 212 

Lusk, Dale 190 

Lynch, Mary 212 

M 

McAferty, Tom 212 

McCasland, Rita 212 

McCauley, Don 203 

McClendon, Bill 203 

McClung, Tommy 213 

McClure, Charles 203 

McCollum, Lerlene 196 

McCullin, Grover 203 

McDonald, Donald 203 

McDowell, Robert 203 

McKinney, Mary Beth 196 

McMillan, Sally 190 

McNitzky, Dunken 203 

Macmillan, Virginia 213 

Maresh, Anne 213 

Marrs, Buzz 213 

Marsh, Carol Anne 213 

Martin, Donna 203 

Martin, Robert 213 

Mason, Annie Laura 196 

Maxwell, Barbara 203 

May, Joanna 213 

May, Thomas 213 

Mays, Prella 197 

Melugin, Ann 190 

Menking, Barbara 213 

Mercer, Edwin 213 

Merrill, Chuck 199 

Meyers, Mary Louise 203 

Millegan, Thomas 213 

.Miller, Janis 213 

Miller, William 213 

Mittanck, Bob 199 

Moberg, Del 204 

Mock, Joe 204 

Montgomery, Robert 197 

Mood, Missy 213 



Moore, Hall Gean 204 

Moore, Gene 190 

Moore, Bill 190 

Morrow, Pat 204 

Morton, Merriman 213 

Mosty, Mary 204 

Mott, R. J. 213 

Mount, Margaret 204 

Munson, Al 190 

Munson, Sandra 213 

Murphy, Linda 204 

Murrell, Thorn 213 

N 

Neely, Mary Alice 197 

Newton, Fannie 204 

Nichols, Tharelyn 213 

Norman, Charles 214 

Norris, Diane 204 

North, Nancy 214 

O 

Ogden, Ronnie 204 

Okawa, Wanda 197 

Oliver, Charlotte 214 

Ooi, Seng Kah 197 

Osher, Bill 204 

P 

Page, Aubrey 190 

Paggi, Martha 204 

Parker, Thomas 214 

Parks, Rex 214 

Parris, Jenny 214 

Parsons, Robert 214 

Patrick, Paul 197 

Patton, Joan 197 

Paysee, Temple 205 

Paysee, Robert 214 

Peacock, Pat _ 190 

Peel, Frances 205 

Penick, Chris 205 

Penick, Robert 214 

Peno, Joe _ 214 

Petry, Susan 214 

Phelps, Kay 190 

Phillips, LaNelle 205 

Pond, Priscilla ■_ 21 4 

Pope, Diane _ 205 

Porter, Eve _ 197 

Portwood, Robert 205 

Poteet, Ross _ 190 

Prenzler, James 214 

Presswood, Ronny 214 

Price, Louzelle 214 

Pulkrabek, Frank 214 

Pumphrey, Barbara 205 

Pyle, Ruby Lee 197 

Q 

Quick, David 214 

Quick, Donald 214 

Quinn, Rod __ 197 

R 

Raasch, Jan _ 197 

Raatz, Jimmy _ 205 

Raben, Steve _ 218 

Radde, Henry _ 191 

Rankin, James 214 

Raymer, Patricia 214 

Reavis, Lynn _ 214 



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STUDENT INDEX 



Redding, Buck 197 

Reid, James 214 

Reifschneider, Mary Beth 214 

Reifschneider, Virginia 214 

Renick, Buddy 205 

Rice, Jo Ann 214 

Richards, Robert 214 

Risinger, Ellen 214 

Roark, John 214 

Robbins, Roy 197 

Robinette, Mary 205 

Roe, Norman 197 

Rogers, Syleta 191 

Rork, Bob 214 

Rowland, Dee 197 

Runyan, Suzanne 191 

Rydell, Larry 191 

S 

St. Lawrence, Sharon 214 

Sakaguchi, Alejandrina 215 

Salazar, Hernan 197 

Salter, Jo 214 

Sandefur, David 197 

Sandefur, Jeanine 215 

Sanders, Fred 191 

Sanders, Larry 197 

Sands, Barbara 191 

Sansom, Ray 197 

Sassman, Harold 191 

Sauer, Joyce 191 

Sawyer, Monette 215 

Scarcella, David 205 

Schaezler, Margie 205 

Schaper, Judy 205 

Schaub, John 198 

Scheirer, Carol 205 

Schelling, Joan 215 

Schlickeisen, Willie 198 

Schmidt, John 205 

Schmidt, Ruth 191 

Schneider, Charley 215 

Schoenemann, Terry 205 

Scoggins, Doris 215 

Scoggins, Scrooge 191 

Scott, Bettie 215 

Scott, Margie 191 

Seale, William 205 

Sebesta, Robert 205 

Sechrist, Janet 215 

Sechrist, Nancy 198 

Seerden, Nancy 206 

Selander, Brian 198 

Selman, Charles 191 

Sharp, Stege 215 

Shavers, Claire 215 

Sheldon, Joseph 215 

Shepherd, Sarah 206 

Shields, William 215 

Shore, Glen 215 

Shuller, Don 191 

Simms, Virginia 208 

Simpson, Al 206 

Sing, Barbara 215 

Smith, Guileen 215 

Smith, Louise 218 

Smith, Janice 198 



Smith, John 206 

Smith, Pete 215 

Snavely, Allan 198 

Sneed, Millicent 206 

Snowden, David 198 

Speck, James 206 

Speer, Sherry 198 

Speir, Sally 218 

Spellman, Charles 206 

Spencer, Evelyn 215 

Stafford, Maner 215 

Stanfield, Patsy 206 

Stallones, Leighton 215 

Staples, Susan 215 

Stark, Sasan 215 

Steck, James 215 

Stelter, Mervyn 215 

Stevens, Dorothy 206 

Stevens, Trecia 215 

Steward, Neva 215 

Stiegler, Beverly 192 

Stone, Jack 191 

Stone, John 192 

Stone, Judy 192 

Sullivan, Fred 192 

Swanzey, Pat 206 

Swift, Thomas 206 

Switzer, Shirley 192 

Sylvester, Gerald 207 

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Taylor, Billy 198 

Taylor, David 215 

Teinert, Pat 207 

Tewes, Janet 198 

Thames, Mary Ann 215 

Thomas, Sheila 215 

Thomason, Carolyn 207 

Thompson, Jim 198 

Thompson, LaSchelle 215 

Thornton, Bill 198 

Tindell, Bobby 213 

Tompkins, Lou 215 

Tracy, Sharon 216 

Trompler, Allison 216 

Tuxworth, Paul 216 

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Valentine, Van 198 

Varnado, David 216 

Vetter, Charlene 198 

Vetter, Eddie 207 

Virden, Martha 207 

Vowell, Judy 216 

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Wade, Mike 198 

Waite, Robert 216 

Walters, Ronald 207 

Wang, Kit Mun 216 

Wardlaw, Cody 216 

Watkins, Bubba 192 

Watson, Harland 207 

Watson, Jane 207 

Watson, William 216 

Watts, David 216 

Watts, William 216 

Weeks, Lynn 207 

Weir, Betty Ann 216 



Welch, Sandra 207 

Welch, Bill 207 

Wellborn, Joan 216 

White, Eleanor 216 

Whiteley, Paul 207 

Whittaker, Bobby 207 

Whittington, Bucky 198 

Whittle, Annette 198 

Wiginton, Fran 192 

Wilkins, Marsha 192 

Williams, Everette 216 

Williams, Jerry R. 192 

Williams, John 216 

Williamson, Richard 216 

Wilson, James 192 

Wilson, Joe 192 

Wilson, Linda 207 

Wilson, Sandra 216 

Winfrey, Jo Ann 216 

Wink, Eddie 192 

Wisdom, Lawrence 198 

Wisdom, Mary Lynn 192 

Wise, Winkie 216 

Wong, Stanley 198 

Woods, Des 207 

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KAY DEAN 



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DAVID SHEPHERD 



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